Morrison to prioritise security and native species as he attempts Coalition rebrand

PM says government the champion of ‘quieter Australians’ as he tries to allay fears looming election will be fought on culture war issues

Scott Morrison has named national security and native species protection as two key legislative priorities in the new year, as he and Bill Shorten gear up for an election expected in May but which could come as early as March.

It is not clear what legislation Morrison was referring to, with no major environmental bills currently before parliament, and the prime minister’s office was not immediately able to clarify – suggesting Morrison may have inadvertently revealed a new bill is in the works.

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Source: The Guardian
Morrison to prioritise security and native species as he attempts Coalition rebrand