Australia’s Big End of Town gambled heavily in the Voice Cup.
Only the Nanny ‘State’ (Canberra) voted ‘Yes’, but their horse ran last in every other state and territory and now has to be put down.
This costly ($400 million) and divisive exercise showed that Australians do not want politicians meddling with their federal Constitution.
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