budget 2024

Australia’s Future With Tony Abbott – Withdraw From International Criminal Court?
27 May 2024

Australia’s Future With Tony Abbott – Withdraw From International Criminal Court?

See below for show notes: Former Prime Minister and Distinguished Fellow of the Institute of Public Affairs, Tony Abbott, and the IPA’s Deputy Executive Director, Daniel Wild, discuss the Leader of the Opposition’s budget reply speech; the urgent need to dramatically reduce migration; and the disgraceful, false equivalence drawn by the International Criminal Court between Hamas and Israel. Find out
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We And The ABS Will Not Be Fooled Again!
17 May 2024

We And The ABS Will Not Be Fooled Again!

In this article, Scott Hargreaves contextualises and disseminates the findings of the the IPA’s research into federal government debt and spending. The Albanese government is using taxpayers’ money and accounting tricks to cover up the inflationary pressures its own policies are exacerbating, particularly those arising from the so-called energy transition. A responsible budget would have sought to keep a lid on inflation,
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Immigration Cut Common Sense First Step
16 May 2024

Immigration Cut Common Sense First Step

“The announcement by Peter Dutton that a Coalition government would cut annual net immigration levels to 140,000 per year is a common sense first step in fixing Australia’s broken immigration system”, said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. In his Budget Reply speech tonight, Leader of the Opposition Peter Dutton announced, if elected, a Coalition
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Australia’s New Course Is To Be Managed Decline
16 May 2024

Australia’s New Course Is To Be Managed Decline

In this article, John Roskam contextualises and disseminates the findings of the the IPA’s research into federal government debt and spending. The budget is our politics writ small: too lacking in confidence and optimism to seek out new growth. A federal treasurer’s speech on budget night isn’t a reflection of every aspect of the country, it nevertheless paints a picture
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