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Quantas cuts ties with tourism australia The former prime minister has backed down from a pledge to remove the state’s controversial’sanctuary zone’

Quantas cuts ties with tourism australia The former prime minister has backed down from a pledge to remove the state’s controversial’sanctuary zone’. The move came after he revealed he had a personal grudge over another state policy that he says targets foreigners arriving on the Gold Coast. He called for changes to immigration laws that have led to some asylum seekers being stripped of their right to be in Australia without a visa. ‘They don’t know who they are, they are not Australian,’ he told AAP today. ‘They’re lo영주출장안마 영주출장샵oking for a safe place to stay. It’s like they’re refugees.’ “The fact we have laws and restrictions in place to try and keep them safe is something we should never do. We have to give people a way to get to Australia.”

The move angered some asylum seekers, who had questioned whether it was wise to have so many visitors from the rest of the world living so close to their boats.

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton today defended Mr Turnbull’s action, saying Mr Abbott’s actions were part of ‘the tradition of the Abbott government’ and that they were taking into consideration the wishes of asylum seekers.

”While I know the Minister will ultimately disagree with 광주안마the principles I outlined, I don’t want to comment on Mr Turnbull’s views because he is entitled to those views,” Mr Dutton said in response to a written question from the ABC’s Q&A program.

Earlier today he said he was happy the Coalition was now in control of immigratio24 시 출장n policy.

Earlier in the day Mr Abbott declared that the current plan for a five-year ”blueprint” for immigration was ”irreversible” after he conceded his party was ”no longer in a position where we can afford to take our eye off the ball”.

Mr Abbott also said the Coalition’s approach to the budget must continue and called for the scrapping of a program allowing employers to turn around workers with ”substantial” debts.

”Achieving the five-year plan on time, effectively ending the system where our ministers have left themselves the option to make people work without paying back what has gone into their wages, is a major policy win for Australian workers,” he said.