Because there are votes in being seen to be tough on “queue jumpers” — why there is bipartisan…
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That’s the question HK. In a country where more than half the country was either born outside Australia or have at least one parent born outside Australia, if a majority are against immigration that means that a large number of immigrants are voting against immigration. That doesn’t appear very logical.

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