Last weekend the government mooted reforms to the GST which would remove the tax from some female hygiene products.
While the government tinkers with tax policy, a great many Australians feel the major parties aren't listening to them on their concerns about energy affordability and reliability, immigration levels and halting rampant political correctness.
The Conservative Party’s South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert has told Andrew Reimer on Adelaide radio station FIVEaa that voters in every State will have a Conservative to vote for on their white ballot paper - in the Senate.
Answering a caller's question, Lambert said that when it comes to House of Representatives candidates - as with Senate candidates - you need to be very stringent who you choose, as recent examples demonstrate.
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