Scott Morrison's failure to say who will be worse off under his child care changes, while launching a multi-million dollar advertising campaign, show where his real priorities are.
Reports today outline the Government will spend the equivalent of $22,000 a day on advertising before parents see any change from the child care subsidy.
This is on top of more than $640,000 already spent on market research to sell the package.
Instead of launching an advertising campaign, Scott Morrison should be explaining to Australian families who will be worse off under his plans for child care.
Labor has been asking for this detail for months. The Government has continually refused to release it.
This is just another example of the Budget being all about Tony Abbott trying to save his own job rather than putting Australian families first.
SUNDAY 14 JUNE 2015