‘If proven correct, heads must roll’: Neil Mitchell comments on Labor rort claims
Neil Mitchell says claims of a staffing rort in Labor’s successful election campaign must be closely tested.
And if proven correct, heads must roll.
- Background: The allegations
- Response: Matthew Guy says ‘staff pooling’ hasn’t happened since 2006
‘If what is reported is correct, I believe Daniel Andrews and Labor may have effectively stolen or misappropriated your money,’ Neil Mitchell said.
‘If what is reported is correct, it is a disgraceful fiddling of the books.
‘Daniel Andrews denies he’s done anything wrong. I wish I could speak to him but he’s unavailable.
‘This demands a full inquiry. Now.
‘You (taxpayers) fund electorate staff so they work for you.
‘You do not fund them to run a campaign of self-interest for head office of the Labor party.
‘If it’s the case, heads have got to roll.’