Malcolm Turnbull has used his year as Prime Minister to prove he isn’t Tony Abbott – he is even worse.
Labor will oppose the Government’s axing of the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS), standing up against Malcolm Turnbull’s plan to force over five million children onto long public dental waiting lists.
Labor will fight the Government’s plan to hand private and intimate health data that is usually only disclosed between a person and their GP to a for-profit telecommunications corporation.
In an interview in today’s Australian, Mr Turnbull said the Government had “not decided to change the policy”. This is in spite of Mr Turnbull’s comments, in the same interview, that “what we have to do this term is categorically reassure Australians about our commitment to universal health and Medicare”. Mr Turnbull’s comments echo his