Former PM rejects attorney general’s view and says Australians should vote no in postal survey if they’re ‘concerned about where our country is going’

Tony Abbott and two Liberal ministers have rejected the view of the attorney general, George Brandis, that religious freedom is not at issue in the same-sex marriage postal survey.

Abbott said Australians should vote down marriage equality if they were “concerned about where our country is going” and there was a “real issue” about religious freedom and freedom of speech if same-sex marriage is legalised.

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