Current Events

We’re all going to die

Senator Leyonhjelm speaks about his effort to overturn the Andrews Bill and allow the parliaments of the territories to come to their own conclusions on assisted suicide.

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We will not support a burqa ban

Senator Leyonhjelm won’t be voting to ban the burqa.

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Try not to be poor, because government is full of middle-class naggers

According to the most recent Global Wealth Report by the Credit Suisse Research Institute, Australia leads the world for having the largest proportion of adults who can be described as middle class, and also the smallest percentage of people who

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Leyonhjelm protects Australian journos

Senator David Leyonhjelm is interviewed on Sky News where he discusses his amendments to national security laws that will ensure journalists are not imprisoned for doing their jobs.

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The government can’t close the gap

Senator Leyonhjelm’s speech on the failed attempts by governments, past and present, to close the gap.

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David Leyonhjelm talks Social Media on The Project

David Leyonhjelm appears on The Project on 13 February 2017 alongside other politicians to talk about their use of social media.

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Mandatory sentencing is an attack on our civil society

Senator Leyonhjelm voices his opposition to the Criminal Code Amendment (Firearms Trafficking) Bill 2016, which seeks to introduce mandatory minimum sentences for firearms trafficking.

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David Leyonhjelm reconfirms support for final ABCC bill

David Leyonhjelm reconfirms his support for the final version of the ABCC bill at a doorstop interview dated 9 February 2017.

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Leyonhjelm on wind farms: How much is this costing the economy?

In his speech on the government’s response to the Senate select committee report on wind turbines, Senator Leyonhjelm asks if we will ever find out how much this utterly indefensible policy is costing the Australian economy, or the social harm

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David Leyonhjelm slams Liberals on socialism in Question Time

David Leyonhjelm asks Finance Minister Mathias Cormann whether the Liberal Party is more socialist than Gough Whitlam in Question Time on 8 February 2017.

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