McManus says cutting work visa numbers is preferable to exploiting fears about permanent migrants

The federal government should cut the number of people coming to Australia on temporary work visas rather than exploiting fears about permanent migrants, Sally McManus has said.

The Australian Council of Trade Unions secretary said on Sunday that Australia is “shipping in exploitation” with one million workers on temporary visas, dwarfing the size of the 190,000 cap on permanent migrants which is the subject of intense debate in the Coalition.

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