There are growing calls of support for the Conservative Party's policy for a slow-down in immigration as Australia rapidly approaches a population of 25 million people.
Original forecasts predicted the nation would not hit the 25 million figure until 2042.
Just seven years ago, that date was revised to 2027 and now, we're predicted to hit the 25 million mark sometime next month.
The Conservatives have long called for a halving in the nation's annual immigration rate and the party's NSW Senate candidate Sophie York talks about the party's immigration policy and the sound reasoning that goes behind it.
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