Twiggy gives Palmer a free kick

Poll-driven Canberra simply doesn't have the circuit-breaking capacity of Andrew Forrest's private enterprise. But Clive Palmer will be able to take up Forrest's message of government indigenous welfare failure and run with it.

Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest’s new report into ending indigenous disadvantage is a document of magisterial ambition, motivated by a sincere desire to improve the lot of ‘first Australians’. 

It is a circuit breaker – an attempt to use business-style thinking to overcome barriers that public-sector circuit breakers in the past have failed to overcome. 


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