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Because curfews went down so well in Victoria, didn’t they, Deb?

22 October 2020

2:08 PM

22 October 2020

2:08 PM

The politician vying for Queensland’s top job has promised to make people even less free if they vote for her at the state’s upcoming election.

Queensland LNP leader Deb Frecklington said her party would impose a 6 pm curfew for North Queenslanders and ensure everyone was in bed by 9 pm with lights out by 9.15

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