“The findings of the ongoing independent study, conducted through modelling firm BAEconomics, show that Labor’s plans would result in cumulative economic losses of $472bn over the decade, with GDP $144bn a year lower by 2030.”
Australia can’t afford...
Julie Bishop MP has announced she will not recontest the seat of Curtin at the next election. Julie was an outstanding Deputy Leader of our Party and Foreign Minister of our country. She worked to strengthen our voice on the world stage and advance the...
A stronger economy means more jobs.
That's why we're fixing the Budget, backing small businesses, lowering taxes, investing in infrastructure, boosting exports and making energy more affordable - so more Australians can find jobs. #...
Just days after voting to weaken border security, Labor’s leader and deputy are at odds with each other.
Labor can’t be trusted on border security.
“...the two rules of fiscal and political certainty under a Labor government: they blow the budget — the last budget surplus under Labor was in 1989; and they change their mind about who and what to tax next.”
Australia can’t afford Labor.
Scott Morrison became Prime Minister on 24 August 2018. In his more than ten years in the Parliament, the Prime Minister also held the portfolios of Treasurer, Social Services and Immigration and Border Protection. The Prime Minister lives in Sydney's Sutherland Shire with his wife and two daughters. He is a 'netball dad', a member of his local church and number one ticket holder of his beloved NRL Cronulla Sutherland Sharks.
We are on your side. If you have a go in this country you’ll get a go. That’s what fairness in Australia means. My ambition is for an even stronger Australia – to keep our economy strong, to keep Australians safe and to keep Australians together.
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development, Nationals Member for Riverina