House debates

Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Questions without Notice


2:11 pm

Photo of Malcolm TurnbullMalcolm Turnbull (Wentworth, Liberal Party, Prime Minister) Share this | Hansard source

I will take that interjection. The member for Sydney is complaining that housing prices are too high and that people cannot afford to buy a house. What she wants to do is crash housing prices. She thinks that, by their measure, of a wrecking ball swung into an already vulnerable property market, they will knock down property prices and make it easier for people to buy homes. So the 70 per cent of Australians who own houses will see the value of their single most important asset smashed to fulfil an ideological crusade by the Labor Party designed, so she claims, to make it easier for people to buy a house.

Ms Macklin interjecting

Mr Bowen interjecting


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