It takes a special kind of agility to shoot oneself in the foot while being hoisted by your own petard, but that seems the only way to describe the communications disaster that is the ‘Yes’ campaign for the Voice to Parliament. Apart from being unclear about how the whole thing is going to work, people are not even clear on the word processor page count of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
And it’s hard to accuse the opposition of deliberate misinformation when the Prime Minister insists it is one page, while key architect Megan Davis’ documentation states: ‘The Uluru Statement...
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