“The decision to use deadly force is surely something for all the people’s representatives to debate and vote on. I can’t think of a more important decision for a country. The fact that a prime minister can unilaterally decide is completely out of step with community expectations,” Andrew Wilkie told Michael West Media.
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Natasha graduated with an undergraduate degree in English literature from the University of Cambridge in June 2019 and studied Master of Journalism at the University of Technology Sydney. She is now with The Guardian.