Pauline Hanson discusses Corporate Tax Cuts on Paul Murray Live

Last night I made it very clear that I won't be supporting the Corporate Tax Cuts for businesses with turnovers of more than $50 million dollars.If the Government have billions of dollars left over in their forecast budgets, I suggest they come with me and we start pegging out new dams, roads, railways and other vital infrastructure they keep avoiding. It’s time we start Nation Building Programs which will benefit all Australians instead of trying to appease the Liberal and Labor parties greedy corporate donors.It's about time the Federal Government work with State counterparts to investigate reducing payroll tax which is a bigger impost on business across the nation and will stimulate jobs in Australia.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #Jobs #Australia #Infrastructure

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Dams, Roads & Railways – Not Multinational Tax Cuts

I made it very clear that I won’t be supporting the Corporate Tax Cuts for businesses with turnovers of more than $50 million dollars.

If the Government have billions of dollars left over in their forecast budgets, I suggest they come with me and we start pegging out new dams, roads, railways and other vital infrastructure they keep avoiding.

It’s time we start Nation Building Programs which will benefit all Australians instead of trying to appease the Liberal and Labor parties greedy corporate donors.

It’s about time the Federal Government work with State counterparts to investigate reducing payroll tax which is a bigger impost on business across the nation and will stimulate jobs in Australia.

Full Media Release

Queensland Senator and One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has denied reports the Turnbull Government issued draft policy plans to exclude banks with assets worth more than $500 billion dollars, in a last ditched attempt to resurrect Company Tax Cuts.

“I have always maintained an open door policy with members of the Government and Opposition on corporate tax cuts, however Senator Georgiou and I have remained firm on our decision not to raise the threshold before parliament broke in June,” Senator Hanson said.

“In a parting comment by Minister Cormann, he suggested carving out the banks to secure One Nation votes, to which I said my decision was firm. No draft legislation was ever received and I can confirm, Senator Georgiou did not receive this alleged document either.”

“This Government along with previous have left zero fat in the budget in order to pay down debt. Until multinational companies are pursued and forced to pay their fair share of taxes, and we stop allowing oil and gas companies to rape our resources without paying adequate royalties, I cannot justify cuts beyond $50 million dollars that One Nation was instrumental in securing for small to medium size businesses in this country.”

“If the Government have billions of dollars left over in their forecast budgets, I suggest they come with me and we start pegging out new dams, roads, railways and other vital infrastructure they keep avoiding. It’s time we start nation building programs which will benefit all Australians instead of trying to appease the Liberal and Labor parties greedy corporate donors.”

Senator Hanson has also suggested the Government work with State counterparts to investigate reducing payroll tax which is a bigger impost on business across the nation and will stimulate jobs in Australia.

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6 replies
  1. Kim
    Kim says:

    I’m supporting you Pauline.
    Your generosity towards Abbott after he imprisoned you for something you didn’t do is way beyond gracious.
    Your always fair towards all your colleagues. Thanks for all you do.
    Kim 🌸

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  2. Gloria
    Gloria says:

    So glad to have you in Canberra
    The wishy washy weak self seekers are there for themselves. Keep socking it to them
    We need more brave. And loyal Australians to represent the rest of us in Parliament. We appreciate all the sacrifices you have made for this Country Pauline. Bravo !!! And may you be Blessed in you endeavours.

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  3. Jodie Barnsley
    Jodie Barnsley says:

    Nation building what is that? I’ve not heard that spoken by either major party for such a long time. Keep going Pauline and George if only your party was bigger because you would certainly be the party to Govern our beautiful country.

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  4. Brian Apelt
    Brian Apelt says:

    I agree with every word you said, Pauline, I am disgusted in the members of the Liberal Party, that let Malcolm Turnbull carry on as long as he did. After the last election when he lost so many members to the Labor Party, he should have been rooted out of his position then. I hope in the future you can show the Electorate you deserve a higher percentage of votes. I think the recent antics of the Liberal Party and Labor Party, who will sell Australia to the UN, so it can Govern us from overseas. That people will wake up and support your Party in the future !!

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  5. Ray Marendaz
    Ray Marendaz says:

    Thank heaven there is a politician that understands what it means to we Australians when there is a Leader of a Party looking after our national needs to keep Australia for Australians.
    The media have not played the game by not telling the public the real reasons for Turnbull downfall. Turnbull in his very early years in Politics was a member of the Labor Party , he should have stayed there, and Kerry Packer in the Conrad black affair sacked Turnbull for disloyalty and deception.
    Honourable Pauline Hanson — Thee cheers for you for my flock.

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  6. Christopher
    Christopher says:

    Lets put the PM’s Proposal in perspective. The PMs proposal is to reduce the tax on companies to 25% on all companies earning more than $50 million. An ordinary Australian earning a taxable income of $76,000 per year would pay $16,247 in tax. This equates to 25% of his/her taxable income. All thinking Australians must rally against government proposals that are disproportionately in favour of big business. We do this at the elections.

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