PM and Mathias Cormann defend package as ‘economically responsible’

Malcolm Turnbull has ruled out changes to the Coalition’s seven-year $144bn income tax cuts, insisting that even an economic downturn would not prompt a rethink of the package legislated on Thursday.

On Sunday the prime minister and the finance minister, Mathias Cormann, defended the financial sustainability of income tax cuts and promised to push ahead with company tax cuts despite renewed signs One Nation and other crossbenchers will scuttle the package this week.

Continue reading…

Read More Turnbull says economic downturn wouldn’t stop Coalition’s 4bn tax cuts

Facebook Comments