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Does Albo’s backflip really make you better off?

8 February 2024

11:45 PM

8 February 2024

11:45 PM

Anthony Albanese has backflipped on his promise to deliver the stage three tax cuts in full. He has proposed a new policy that would increase taxes on wealthier Australians but reduce them for people earning less than $150,000. However, even people who benefit this time should wonder: Will the next promise Albo breaks be the one that he made to you? Will you be thrown under the bus next time?

The backflip is painted as ‘equitable’ or ‘fair’.

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