Alan Tudge says ‘long-term welfare dependence is a poison’ and Indigenous support services are at ‘saturation level’

The human services minister, Alan Tudge, has argued increasing welfare and government services to disadvantaged and remote Aboriginal communities will do little to alleviate poverty.

In a speech on child poverty on ThursdayTudge outlined his view on the alleviation of poverty, which is still experienced by three million Australians, including 731,000 children.

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