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The politics of tax reform; why Malcolm Turnbull has his backbench fretting

Kaitlin Thals writes in the New Daily (16.2.16) that ‘negative gearing has become a political hot potato for the PM after plans to reform the GST were dropped.

‘Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has been publicly warned by members of his own party about cutting tax breaks for property investors, with backbenchers voicing fears of a voter backlash.’

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