Politics is being lost in the marginals: Lambert

February 13, 2019

Common sense Australian politics is being lost in the marginal city seats where disengaged latte-sippers back political flights of fancy and folly that are seriously damaging our society, traditions and economy, according to the Conservative Party's SA Senate candidate.

Rikki Lambert has told Adelaide radio station FIVEaa's Jeremy Cordeaux, the passage of Labor's bill to weaken Australia's border protection will have disastrous ramifications if Bill Shorten wins government at this year's federal election.

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