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Flat White

One Nation should place principle over populism

10 May 2018

12:34 PM

10 May 2018

12:34 PM

One Nation’s decision to side with Labor and populist Senate cross-benchers to block the Government’s plan to reward effort through the tax system is disappointing for conservative voters.

Pauline Hanson’s move brings into sharp focus the choice conservative minor party voters have at the next federal election.

Voters are right to retain their scepticism of the major parties, but in choosing third party insurance in the Senate they should consider the principles their minor party of choice stands for.

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