STATE CON­FER­ENCE Call to com­bat Left-wing ri­vals

Sunday Tasmanian - - NEWS - EMILY BAKER

THE Lib­eral Party says it can wres­tle Bass, Brad­don and Lyons from La­bor at the next fed­eral elec­tion, urg­ing mem­bers to set their fo­cus on com­bat­ing left-wing lobby groups and unions.

Party state di­rec­tor Sam McQuestin yes­ter­day told the party faith­ful at a Lib­eral State Council meet­ing in Ho­bart the La­bor-held seats were “very winnable” but warned against com­pla­cency.

Mr McQuestin hit out at our boat go faster,” Mr Mor­ri­son said. “That’s what I’ll be fo­cus­ing on as Prime Min­is­ter, that’s what Will [Hodg­man] is fo­cus­ing on as Premier, that’s what Richard [Col­beck’s] se­nate team and the can­di­dates we’re run­ning in our seats here will be fo­cused on.

“Each and ev­ery mem­ber of the Lib­eral party all around the coun­try, let’s fo­cus on the things that make that boat go faster be­cause our na­tion needs the Lib­eral boat to go faster.

“I tell you what: the boat’s

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