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ScoMo’s flawed Hawke fantasy

It is not the Liberal way to go chasing a consensus of vested interests

6 June 2020

9:00 AM

6 June 2020

9:00 AM

As Scott Morrison eyes consensus-based industrial relations reform, he must not commit the ultimate sin for any Liberal leader and forget Sir Robert Menzies’ forgotten people.

As part of his carefully branded ‘jobmaker’ plan, the prime minister has called on big business and unions to come together at the negotiating table for the sake of our shared economic future.

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Dr Zachary Gorman is a research fellow with the Institute of Public Affairs

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