Key crossbencher Kerryn Phelps indicates she would consider Labor’s changes to the medevac legislation. All the day’s events, live
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Kerryn Phelps on why she believes Labor blinked, but more importantly, why she believes everyone needs to get moving.
I think you would have to speak to Labor about that, because, you know, what their motives are, you’d have to ask them.
But certainly I believe that there is a great willingness by many people in Parliament to get a resolution to this today, or in the next few days, because, as I said, lives do depend on this.