Biography

Andrew Bragg is a Liberal Senator for New South Wales.

Andrew started his career at Ernst & Young and went on to work in senior roles at the Financial Services Council and the Business Council of Australia.

As an author specialising in economic, foreign and trade policy, Andrew regularly contributes for the Australian Financial Review, Daily Telegraph, The Australian, ABC and Sky News.

Andrew was the National Director of the 2017 Liberals & Nationals for Yes campaign in support of same sex marriage.

Andrew's passion for public policy stems from his belief a strong economy is the basis of a just society. He wants to see NSW continue to benefit from the strong economic leadership of the Morrison Liberal Government.

Andrew lives in Sydney with his family and enjoys football, fishing and golf.

Around 5 million Australians, including pensioners, will start receiving the second $750 support payment from today. Read more: https://lbr.al/u3dy

Jul 13

In a major boost for primary health care, the Australian Government is further strengthening telehealth arrangements, as recommended by the AMA and other medical experts.

Jul 13

“We can’t afford to be complacent. It’s important to maintain the discipline of social distancing behind closed doors, not just out in public." Scott Morrison.

Jul 13

Around 5 million Australians will start receiving our second $750 support payment from today, including pensioners. And millions of Australians are set to benefit again from the important tax cuts we legislated last year, getting up to $1,080 back in their tax returns. It’s all part of our record financial support to help get Australians through these difficult times. Over the weekend, I also agreed to providing more Australian Defence Force support to the Victorian Government to help deal with the COVID outbreak in Melbourne. We’ll continue to provide whatever support is needed to make sure we all get through this together. A wide ranging discussion with Ray Hadley this morning on 2GB - listen to the full interview at: http://aus.pm/syk4

Jul 13