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Kevin Andrews and the challenges for Australian conservatism after Hanson

15 September 2016

7:35 AM

15 September 2016

7:35 AM

Liberal Party Votes On Leadership As Tony Abbott Responds To Challenge From Malcolm TurnbullConstructing a viable conservative governing coalition with a coherent plan of action for the problems of today is fundamentally complicated by the conflict of visions within the conservative camp at present.

In a discussion with Kevin Andrews, a key minister and policy architect in both the Howard and Abbott governments, Andrews gave his thoughts on the political consequences of economic change. 

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