SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA:  (FILES) This file photo taken 07 April 2004 shows Australia's opposition leader Mark Latham pondering a difficult question from the floor after delivering Labor's landmark foreign policy speech at the Lowy Institute in Sydney.  One-time prime ministerial aspirant Mark Latham returned to the media limelight, 06 June 2006 when a Sydney court placed him on a two-year good behaviour bond for destroying a photographer's camera. Former Labor Party leader Latham, 44, appeared in Campbelltown local court to plead guilty to malicious damage with no conviction recorded and two other charges of assault and stealing were dropped.  AFP PHOTO/Torsten BLACKWOOD  (Photo credit should read TORSTEN BLACKWOOD/AFP via Getty Images)