Political instability might have a silver lining: Lambert

October 15, 2018

The political instability in Canberra might not be all bad, according to the Conservative Party's South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert.

Mr Lambert says with the two main parties moving progressively closer together on matters of policy, it's more important than ever for voters to examine exactly what the person they're electing stands for - and put Conservative third party insurance in the senate.

One example Mr Lambert gave on Adelaide radio station FIVEaa's Andrew Reimer is the carbon tax debate, and the Coalition's new carbon tax by stealth.

The interview came as new research by the Sunday Mail newspaper in Adelaide highlighted that South Australians now expect the elected prime minister will not last their full term.

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