Scott Morrison referred to the Robodebt Royal Commission as a ‘lynching’. I call it a missed opportunity. Specifically, to consider the problem of welfare compliance from the taxpayers’ perspective and determine how to fix the gaping hole in the system that now exists following the federal court decision which said certain features were unlawful.
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