From council mergers to the sale of public assets, shades of of ideology or reactive populism are being seen in the NSW government’s approach

When the New South Wales premier, Gladys Berejiklian, announced new laws to drive the rough sleepers out of Martin Place this week, the homelessness sector let out a collective sigh of exasperation.

It wasn’t just the lack of compassion – more that the move-on powers ran contrary to the evidenced-based policies the sector had been screaming out for.

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