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Bills: Safeguard Mechanism (Crediting) Amendment Bill 2022; Second Reading (21 Mar 2023)

“I rise to speak against the Safeguard Mechanism (Crediting) Amendment Bill 2022 for many reasons, and the first is it's designed to increase global emissions, perversely. This is a bill that will drive industrial activity out of our economy to other economies that emit much higher levels of carbon. This is a bill that doesn't properly understand the challenges that heavy industry have, in...”

Adjournment: Defence Procurement: Submarines (20 Mar 2023)

“Serendipitously, I would like to follow on from the previous speaker's comments to discuss the AUKUS announcement from a different point of view, particularly as a South Australian and particularly because I am very supportive of the opportunity that AUKUS provides. It is an exciting capability for the Royal Australian Navy and that, in and of itself, is something to celebrate. But now my...”

Questions without Notice: Energy (20 Mar 2023)

“My question is to the Prime Minister. Under the default market offer, energy prices are to rise by $485 on an average bill in South Australia. Why did the Prime Minister break his promise that energy prices would fall by $275? Why do Australian families always pay more under Labor?”

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  • Has spoken in 112 debates in the last year — well above average amongst Representatives.
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  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "she sells seashells") 240 times in debates — average amongst Representatives. (Why is this here?)