Lloyd Waddy, a former federal judge, led the campaign to return the Governor to Government House after the 1996 expulsion of the Governors from their purpose-built home by the then Premier, Bob Carr. In this interview with his successor as National Convenor of Australians for Constitutional Monarchy, David Flint, he recalls the the unintended consequences of the expulsion. These demonstrate that Premier Carr had not thought through the results of the expulsion.
The interview is divided into five parts:
Part 1: The Expulsion
Part 2: Bob Carr's Reasons
Part 3: Unintended Consequences
Part 4: The Demonstration
Part 5: Success.