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Albo & Chalmers: a plan for 'Big Australia'

29 August 2022

4:00 AM

29 August 2022

4:00 AM

The Albanese Labor government has been in power barely three months and already one can discern the vast gulf between its words and actions.

Listen to the Albanese government’s rhetoric on wages, housing affordability, and the environment – then consider its plan to massively expand immigration.

The Albanese government has signalled that it may increase the permanent immigration intake from 160,000 to up to 200,000 per annum – almost the equivalent of a new city the size of Hobart in a single year.

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