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Queensland LNP left without a leader or an economic plan

Liz Minchin, Paul Williams and Tracey Arklay in The Conversation (3.2.15) discuss the Queensland LNP’s future.

Dr Williams commented that if the LNP dumped its privatisation policy ‘it would boost the LNP’s chances of negotiating a minority government in the short term, but it could also open up the party to attack on its economic strategy. They’d be starting off on a pretty weak foot. Because they’d have to ask, “What do we stand for? We harped on about the terrible debt – so without asset leases, what would our plan be to tackle that?”‘

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