It's competition, not carbon, that matters

The supermarket duopoly's impact on consumers and small business shows it's urgent for the Abbott government to get its hands dirty on competition policy.

Competition policy. Not carbon. Competition. That's something that actually matters, though you'd hardly know it when month after month, year after year, all we've heard about is the 10 per cent increase in our quarterly power bills due to the carbon tax. 

Yes, that's about $50 per household per quarter. That is what has crippled the political process for three years. 


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