Tuesday, 16 October 2018
Matters of Public Importance
I rise to talk on this matter of public importance today. I thank the member for Scullin for his respectful contribution, and also the member for Wannon. I think that in this area where we're dealing with discrimination of any sort, whether it be in education or whether it be in other walks of life, we will always have differing points of view and we'll always have the opportunity to be respectful in our discussions with each other and to listen to those views.
I must admit I have not seen the report as yet, so I have not achieved a decision from that report—