Labor puts up a 'no exit' sign for Abbott

As petrol prices look set to accelerate, Labor aims to lock the Coalition into its roads policy with a counter-plan for rejuvenated urban public transport.

Labor’s 2016 election campaign started a little earlier than expected yesterday, with shadow infrastructure minister Anthony Albanese revealing how he plans to tempt swinging voters away from the Coalition and Greens in two years’ time. 

In a National Press Club speech, Albanese said he’s had ‘shadow minister for cities’ added to his job description -- ‘shadow minister for everything Greens voters like’ would have done just as well.

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