Taxpayers paid for Fraser Anning's $3,000 flights on day after Christchurch shooting

Former senator flew between Brisbane and Melbourne, where he was egged over comments on shooting

Taxpayers paid almost $3,000 for former far right senator Fraser Anning to travel to Melbourne the day after the Christchurch shooting, where he defended his incendiary comments about the massacre and was then famously struck with an egg.

The latest data on politicians’ expense claims, released on Tuesday, shows Anning billed taxpayers for a $1,296.73 flight from Brisbane to Melbourne on 16 March, and another $1,296.73 to return the same day.

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