Opposition leader says there was ‘nothing in that speech which caused me any offence’

Bill Shorten has played down suggestions of tension with Anthony Albanese over a speech in which he laid out his Labor manifesto with a greater emphasis on aspiration, growth and cooperation with business.

On Sunday Shorten said there was “nothing in that speech which caused me any offence at all” when asked about Albanese’s Gough Whitlam address delivered on Friday.

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