Labor forced to clarify super policy, revealing planned changes would reap $30bn over a decade

Labor has revealed its planned changes to the superannuation system will reap an extra $30bn over a decade, as the two parties continued to trade blows over budget costings on Wednesday.

Campaigning in marginal seats in Perth, the opposition leader, Bill Shorten, was forced to clarify the party’s superannuation policy, saying he had “misunderstood” an earlier question about proposed tweaks to the system.

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