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Albo’s Chinese takeaway

Labor’s misinformation bill is what you’d expect Beijing to ram through in Hong Kong

22 July 2023

9:00 AM

22 July 2023

9:00 AM

One of the most compelling denunciations of the Albanese government’s misinformation bill has come from the new leader of the Liberal Democrats, John Ruddick.

In an interview on Spectator TV on 7 July (watch it online at watch.adh.tv), Ruddick described the bill as a desperate attempt to gag dissent. This project, he pointed out, actually began under the Coalition over opposition to measures adopted during the Covid outbreak.

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