Bill Shorten surprises colleagues with decision which was not run past caucus

Bill Shorten has pledged to repeal tax cuts for firms earning between $10m and $50m as the Turnbull government continues efforts to try to secure Senate support for tax cuts for Australia’s biggest companies.

After months of declining to reveal Labor’s position, the Labor leader told journalists on Tuesday he would repeal the already legislated tax cuts for firms earning between $10m and $50m, without running that decision past the caucus or the shadow cabinet.

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