Even Labor frontbenchers agree Bill Shorten is beholden to the CMFEU. Under Labor, CFMEU thuggery would pose a greater risk to our economy...
Even Labor frontbenchers agree Bill Shorten is beholden to the CMFEU. Under Labor, CFMEU thuggery would pose a greater risk to our economy.
We've restored the Australian Building and Construction Commission to tackle CFMEU thuggery, which hurts small businesses and makes infrastructure more expensive.
Bill Shorten will roll over to the CFMEU and hurt our economy.
Australia's economy has significant momentum.
Labor would hurt our economy and cost jobs, with over $200 billion of increased taxes, higher power bills, more power for militant unions and more deficits and debt.
Bob Hawke and Kevin Rudd have called on Labor to sever ties with the CFMEU, which now has 64 representatives before the courts.
Yet Bill Shorten is in the CFMEU's pocket.
Malcolm Turnbull was sworn in as the 29th Prime Minister of Australia on 15 September 2015.
Malcolm served as Minister for the Environment and Water Resources in the Howard Government and Minister for Communications in the Abbott Government.
Malcolm also served as Leader of the Opposition from 2008 to 2009 and has been the Member for Wentworth since 2004.
Malcolm and Lucy have been married since 1980. They have two adult children, Alex and Daisy, and two grandchildren, Jack and Isla.
At our core, we are a Party that supports aspiration. We are a Party that says: ‘Our job is to enable you to do your best, not to tell you what is best.’ We want to make sure you have every incentive to get ahead, have a go, do your best.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Nationals Member for Riverina
Minister for Finance, Special Minister of State, Leader of the Government in the Senate, Senator for Western Australia