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Thank you for signing up. Sorry, it looks like an error occurred. He has just launched a new campaign to close the gap between rich and poor, and it is already causing controversy. A new campaign to cut immigration numbers has hit the airwaves. It's a path to either more and more inequality or famine, disaster, war and collapse.
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Migration debate is more nuanced than critics think
Migration helps balance our ageing population – we don't need a moratorium
Tony Abbott, Pauline Hanson, Peter Dutton and the other high profile critics of Australia's current immigration levels would do well to study the facts before calling for a reduction in the country's migrant intake numbers. That's a key take-out from the Turnbull Government's long-awaited briefing paper on immigration that was made public this week. The document, which appears to come out strongly in favour of maintaining the current , migration cap or even increasing it, is a timely reminder this debate, which dates back to the earliest days of European settlement, is much more nuanced than it appears. Politicians such as Hanson and Abbott and former politicians such as Mark Latham and former Liberal MP, Ross Cameron, who have all publicly called for immigration to be slashed, are engaging in a suspect and self-serving form of populism. It doesn't help when a respected former business leader, Dick Smith, weighs into the debate with the absurd claim "all our problems are from this unbelievable population increase".
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Dick Smith Is Living In A Bubble If He Thinks Immigration Is To Blame For The Property Boom
Thank you for signing up. Sorry, it looks like an error occurred. Dick Smith is rallying behind Pauline Hanson's party as it campaigns for the Queensland election, says Australia's top cultural diversity body.
Thank you for signing up. Sorry, it looks like an error occurred. But the businessman said he was angry at having to spend so much on the anti-immigration ads, saying the money should be going to charities instead of wealthy TV station owners. He also wants to raise the company tax rate back to 45 per cent and wants the tax details of the wealthiest publicly released.
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