Why Morrison is stepping on the gas

Why Morrison is stepping on the gas
It will also allow the Coalition to wedge the Labor party over gas with sections of the party opposed to new onshore gas development. After the so-called climate wars claimed three prime ministers (…

This can moreover enable the Coalition to wedge the Labor birthday party over gas with sections of the birthday party antagonistic to new onshore gas pattern.
After the so-known as climate wars claimed three high ministers (…
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