Malcolm Turnbull



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A Bigger Picture

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The Spycatcher Trial

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Fighting for the Republic: ...

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The Reluctant Republic

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“The fact of the matter is that nothing is achieved in this world, particularly politically, other than with persistence, and persistence involves repetition and it involves argument and re-argument... The public interest in free speech is not just in truthful speech, in correct speech, in fair speech... The interest is in the debate. You see, every person who has ultimately changed the course of history has started off being unpopular.”
Malcolm Turnbull

“There has always been a lot of criticism of Australia’s border protection policies from New Zealand, but it is one of those cases where the Kiwis effectively free ride on our security. As at 2017, NZ had taken in 33,000 refugees since the Second World War. Australia took in that many in 2016 and 2017 alone.”
Malcolm Turnbull, A Bigger Picture

“In our system, by world standards we have a high top marginal rate (45 per cent plus 2 per cent for the Medicare levy) and it currently cuts in at $180,000, which at only a little more than twice average full-time earnings, is a relatively low threshold.”
Malcolm Turnbull, A Bigger Picture



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