Malcolm Turnbull has backed the treasurer and warned that Labor will roll them back if elected

Scott Morrison has defended the government’s business and personal income tax cuts – described as “the biggest change to personal tax since the GST” – and vowed to take them to the next election.

Speaking at the South Australian Liberal party’s annual general meeting, the treasurer doubled down on his tax package, saying the government’s poor performance in the Super Saturday byelections was due to Bill Shorten’s “lies” rather than a lack of support for the policy.

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