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Providing an Alternative and Getting Action

I am committed to representing you directly, providing an Independent alternative to party politicians. I will continue to be a strong voice, provoking competition which gets action.

The policies of the major parties are merging as they abandon their traditional supporters and give in to the pressure from vested political, commercial and media interests.

Labor and the Coalition would like us to think that only they have a right to control public policy and get things done. But it is simply not true.

I get action by mobilising the community, getting publicity and forcing governments to respond. There is a pressing need for Independent Members of Parliament who provide a voice for people that the main Parties ignore or donít want to know about.

Opening of Parliament 1988

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