Newly minted Prime Minister Scott Morrison needs to take some risks if he is to have any chance of winning the next federal election, according to Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi.
"The Conservatives are fielding candidates for the Senate in every state because that's the best chance we have of holding whichever of the major parties forms government in the lower house of federal parliament to account," Senator Bernardi said.
The Conservative Party have already been pleased to see new Prime Minister Morrison and his Coalition government taking up Senator Bernardi's offer for them to copy our policies. For instance:
- the Coalition has taken a small step towards withdrawing from the Paris climate accord by refusing the UN's recent demand for $400 million in additional money for the $100-billion-a-year 'climate' fund.
- former PM and now outspoken Liberal backbencher Tony Abbott has backed the Conservative Party's approach on opening up the nuclear fuel cycle.
- new PM Scott Morrison has spoken out where his predecessors would not - but the Conservative Party had constantly raised concern - about radical gender ideology targeting children
- soon after Senator Bernardi asked questions in parliament about the whereabouts of the Ruddock review on religious freedom, it has been reported that PM Morrison is determined to take action on this issue.
Senator Bernardi told Paul Murray Live on Sky News we might not see any massive risks taken in the next month or so, but watch this space.
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