Labor’s economic policies won’t be legislated even if Bill Shorten becomes PM
The centrepiece of the Opposition’s economic policy is unlikely ever to be legislated, even if Bill Shorten wins the election.
Labor’s campaign is based on sweeping changes to negative gearing and franking credits.
But One Nation, the United Australia Party and Centre Alliance say they won’t support the legislation if they hold the balance of power in the Senate.
Liberal Senator Michaelia Cash tells Alan Jones Bill Shorten cannot be trusted to run the Australian economy.
“This man wants to be in charge of your money.
“Government’s don’t have money, it is the taxpayers’ money that governments are spending.
“And when you look at the clear choice now between the two parties, the Morrison government, we have proved ourselves to be responsible economic managers.”
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