‘I will vote for them with no strings attached’: Hinch to back income tax cuts
The Federal Government appears to be just one vote short from passing its income tax cuts, which would be phased-in over seven years.
Independent Derryn Hinch has become the latest crossbencher to back the $140 billion package.
But without Labor’s support, the government needs One Nation for the legislation to pass.
Senator Hinch told Neil Mitchell the tax cuts should go ahead.
“I’ve told the government I will vote for them with no strings attached, no deal, all three stages should go through,” Senator Hinch said.
“And Labor should too, if they were smart, they’d vote them through now and if they get into office, wipe stage three.”
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He also discussed;
- $200k per year salaries, comments by South Australian senator Lucy Gichuhi
- Joe Hockey’s spending in the USA
- Banning all live exports
- Changes to the “tampon tax”
- Selling the ABC
- The vigil for Eurydice Dixon and the massive public reaction