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“What you’ve got is two halves of this. What we’ve got are two halves of this, and we’re moving to the first half,” Ms Abbott said.
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“We’ve got a $11 billion budget. We can give everyone a $20, $30, $40 tax cut – in every state we have a $50-a-day child benefits, we’ve got a $10,000 childcare rebate,” she said.
Ms Abbott also revealed the party was exploring extending the free universal education for children and pregnant women, in partnership with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, to parents.
“The other thing we’re working on with our education minister is going to make all of our schools free, and bring back, I think in terms of funding, back to a school grant or something,” Ms Abbott said.
“In short, this government will stand up to the people who are pushing us down the wrong path, not just in our budget but also in our public education, in our social security funding and in gospelhitzsome of the other areas, where we might think maybe we have left ourselves a bit short.”
The Liberal leader said the party needed to focus on a bigger set of issues.
“I think we have a number of things to be focusing on here. In a parliamentary term, it’s not so easy because every new day you have more opportunities and more important battles and so on.
“We are actually getting in this election because we have to. We have to make a difference.”
Ms Abbott said she would use her position as the Liberal leader and her office would be the only place that people could sign up to the party.
She said: “The only thing that the new president of the party will be asked is to take up the new administration. That is the only way you really get a handle on a new government and what it’s going to be about.”
The announcement came as Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he understood Mrs May’s decision to pull the country out of the EU.
Asked why Ms Abbott would be a better choice for prime minister than Prime Minister Theresa May, he said: “If, as th