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Australia Turnbull to address WA Liberal conference

22:52  10 august  2018
22:52  10 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will wrap up his three-day go to to Perth with an deal with to the Liberal state convention . Deliberate modifications to the tax formulation would guarantee WA receives a minimum of 75 cents per individual for each greenback of GST raised within the state.

  Turnbull to address WA Liberal conference © AP Photo/Rick Rycroft Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will wrap up his three-day visit to Perth with an address to the Liberal state conference.

He toured a small business in the seat of Swan on Thursday alongside MP Steve Irons.

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On Friday, he was joined by Attorney-General Christian Porter as he visited the site of the $1.02 billion NorthLink project in the seat of Pearce.

The prime minister spent much of his time in Perth boasting about his government's solution to the GST revenue carve-up following years of frustration about WA's poor GST revenue share.

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Mr Turnbull denied he was devoting time to each marginal seats as a result of he was nervous about shedding them on the subsequent election. Mr Turnbull is predicted to go away WA after attending the Liberal state convention the place he’ll ship a 20-minute speech.

Planned changes to the tax formula would ensure WA receives no less than 75 cents per person for every dollar of GST raised in the state.

Mr Turnbull denied he was devoting time to both marginal seats because he was nervous about losing them at the next election.

Mr Porter said "of course" he was more confident about the next election following the GST announcement.

The prime minister has also dismissed questions about the Liberal party's decision to not contest the Fremantle and Perth by-elections, which Labor easily won.

He promised there would be a Liberal candidate for every seat at next year's federal election.

Mr Turnbull is expected to leave WA after attending the Liberal state conference where he will deliver a 20-minute speech.

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