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The south’s ideas man

by Callum Foote | Mar 15, 2022 | Lobbyland

The big political news story over the weekend was the Prime Minister’s faux-announcement through the newspapers that he is considering curing the fuel excise to alleviate the stress of rapidly rising petrol prices.

However, as is often the case with the federal policy cycle the idea was first brought to parliament by South Australian independent senator Rex Patrick. In an interview with MWM, Patrick raised his policy idea of relieving Australians of $6 billion a year in fuel excise costs.

Patrick has been bringing the policy of a 50% reduction in fuel excise costs to parliament since February, when fuel prices began to rise.

Callum Foote was a reporter for Michael West Media for four years.

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