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Flat White

Nuclear, and Labor’s lying lips

25 June 2024

9:58 AM

25 June 2024

9:58 AM

The old cliche about how you can tell a politician is lying – their lips are moving – has never been more clearly illustrated than the tsunami of misinformation, disinformation and outright fibs surrounding the current nuclear energy controversy.

There should be a rational debate between the Coalition and Labor government but with Opposition leader Peter Dutton pushing the need for modern reliable nuclear energy in our power mix, key Labor figures have replied with puerile memes of three-eyed fish, Blinky Bill the three-eyed koala, and more seriously, furphies about exorbitant costs and time frames which bear no relation to reality....

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