Liberal Party of Australia

Liberal party policy
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Fact Check: Will Labor's dividend imputation policy overwhelmingly affect the low paid?

The Morrison Government has argued Labor's controversial plan to scrap refundable franking credits on dividends from shares is unfair. Assistant Treasurer Stuart Robert says the plan will overwhelmingly hit low and middle-income earners, claiming that 84
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Fact Check: Will Australia be uncompetitive on company tax if the Government's reforms fail?

Treasurer Scott Morrison claims if the Government's enterprise tax plan is not passed by Parliament, Australia's corporate tax rate will remain uncompetitive with those of other countries.
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Fact Check: Will Australia's new medical research fund be the biggest in the world?

Treasurer Joe Hockey claims within six years Australia will have "the biggest medical research endowment fund in the world".
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Fact Check: Will Abbott's fuel excise hike cost families 40c a week?

Prime Minister Tony Abbott claims the reintroduction of fuel excise indexation will cost the average family 40 cents a week in the first year.
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Fact Check: Will abolishing the carbon tax reduce power bills?

Prime Minister Tony Abbott claims electricity and gas prices will drop by 9 per cent and 7 per cent once the carbon tax is abolished.
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Fact Check: Why Michaelia Cash's claims on 457 visas get mixed verdicts

Employment Minister Michaelia Cash says the number of migrant workers on 457 visas doubled under Labor then fell under the Coalition, accounting for less than one per cent of Australia's workforce in 2016. Is she correct?
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Fact Check: Why Peter Dutton's claims on the Coalition's record on refugees get mixed verdicts

Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton claims that he moved every child out of detention, brought record numbers of refugees in by plane and that nobody drowned at sea under Operation Sovereign Borders.
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Fact Check: Why Tony Abbott's claims on emissions targets get mixed verdicts

Prime Minister Tony Abbott claims Australia’s per capita emissions target for 2030 are “the best in the developed world”.
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Fact Check: Who has a say in sending Australian troops to war?

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop claims the government of the day has the ultimate responsibility for making decisions involving Australia's military.
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Fact Check: Why Luke Howarth's claims on homelessness in Australia get mixed verdicts

Assistant Minister for Homelessness Luke Howarth says he wants to put a "positive spin" on homelessness, and claims that not only are very few people homeless, but on several measures the numbers are improving.