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Flat White

Loophole Bill makes Pocock and Lambie the most powerful players in Parliament

17 January 2024

3:00 AM

17 January 2024

3:00 AM

‘Blindsided’ is the best word for it.

On December 7 last year in the Senate, two independents – Senator David Pocock and Senator Jacqui Lambie – sided with the Labor Party and pushed through major chunks of the Industrial Relations Loophole Bill. I have previously described this Bill in The Spectator Australia as ‘revolutionary’.

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