I lost workers’ trust, admits Shorten

Original article by Rosie Lewis
The Australian – Page: 1 & 4 : 7-Oct-19

Former Labor leader Bill Shorten has accepted responsibility for the party’s 18 May federal election loss. He has conceded that Labor’s proposal to abolish cash refunds for excess franking credits caused much anxiety among some electors, while there was a widespread perception that Labor’s election policies were not focused on creating jobs. Shorten intends to remain in politics, although he has ruled out becoming Labor leader again. Labor will shortly complete a review of its election campaign.


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