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Rudd plays down double dissolution talk amid questions about future of government funding

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The minister has also rejected suggestions Labor may seek to introduce a tax on overseas investment after the government announced a range of measures to reduce the cost of a range of investment-related services in a budget speech in July.

“That’s an idea that didn’t come along – the idea of the GST that peopl바카라사이트e will never have thought of as being a good idea,” Mr Rudd said.

“That is another idea that didn’t happen.”

Mr Abbott said his party had not decided whether to take the same position on overseas investment in relation to the budget.

“We’re not going to do it because it is not an option for the Opposition of taking,” the leader said.

“What the Coalition is saying to Labor is we want to have the best possible deal on our tax and welfare system and we want to have the best possible deal on the economy.”

Mr Rudd has previously called on the Government to use tax cuts and spending measures to help Australia keep our jobs, but Mr Abbott defended the Coalition’s spending restraint and dismissed suggestions he had not consulted the econom바카라y over whether to cut tax or spend to help the middle class.

“The way that we cut expenditure, where do you take money from, are you taking it from the people that will work and make a contribution, are you taking it from your wealthy friends and your business group… you’ve got to take that money wherever you can,” the Prime Minister said.

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