The Liberal Party wants to know what's important to you

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Paul Swain

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Feb 25, 2022, 3:22:58 AMFeb 25
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Hi Everyone!

The Liberal Party are running a survey to find out what is important to you.  You'll find it at https://www.liberal.org.au/supporter-survey

The survey starts by asking for the 4 issues that concern you most, where you need to select from a set of options, though you can repeat the same issue if you want, e.g.

Screenshot of a section of a web site for a survey. It
        shows the responses to 4 priorities, 3 of which have been filled
        out with the same response.


Then there is the option to write in an other issue, i.e.

Screenshot of a section of a web site for a survey. It
        shows the response to a question allowing you to write in an
        issue.

If you want to use my comment, it is:

Successfully negotiate with the UK Government to unfreeze the UK State Pension paid to people in Australia - https://endfrozenpensions.org/about/


Finally, they ask If you could raise one issue in the Federal Parliament, what would it be?

Here's my answer:

When asked about frozen UK pensions, why do Morrison Government ministers repeatedly tell us that they "will continue to press the issue with our UK counterparts on behalf of UK pensioners in Australia" but then show no sign of actually doing this since the issue is never mentioned in the statements issued after Australian ministers meet with their UK counterparts.

What are the Morrison Government's plans to resolve the frozen UK pensions issue?  When does it expect that the frozen UK pensions issue will be successfully resolved for UK State Pensioners in Australia?  If the Morrison Government has no plans to resolve the frozen UK pensions issue, why not, especially given the benefits to the Australian economy and the federal budget?


Your name, email and post code are optional, so it looks like you can complete the survey relatively anonymously.

And importantly, you can complete the survey more than once, so if you have other, non-frozen pension, issues that you'd like to tell the Liberals about, you can complete the survey again.

Thanks to https://twitter.com/simonahac/status/1496751717446082560 for alerting me to this survey.


Paul





Richard Denton

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Feb 25, 2022, 5:42:41 PMFeb 25
to 'clive walford' via BAPA, Paul Swain
Sent anonymously received this acknowledgement...

As a valued supporter, your views are important to us and help to shape our policy and platform.

For more than 75 years, the Liberal Party has worked to improve the lives of all Australians.

Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey and for your help in shaping the next 75 years.




On 25 Feb 2022, at 7:21 pm, Paul Swain <ata...@zaparaxy.net> wrote:

Hi Everyone!

The Liberal Party are running a survey to find out what is important to you.  You'll find it at https://www.liberal.org.au/supporter-survey

The survey starts by asking for the 4 issues that concern you most, where you need to select from a set of options, though you can repeat the same issue if you want, e.g.

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Then there is the option to write in an other issue, i.e.

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If you want to use my comment, it is:

Successfully negotiate with the UK Government to unfreeze the UK State Pension paid to people in Australia - https://endfrozenpensions.org/about/


Finally, they ask If you could raise one issue in the Federal Parliament, what would it be?

Here's my answer:

When asked about frozen UK pensions, why do Morrison Government ministers repeatedly tell us that they "will continue to press the issue with our UK counterparts on behalf of UK pensioners in Australia" but then show no sign of actually doing this since the issue is never mentioned in the statements issued after Australian ministers meet with their UK counterparts.

What are the Morrison Government's plans to resolve the frozen UK pensions issue?  When does it expect that the frozen UK pensions issue will be successfully resolved for UK State Pensioners in Australia?  If the Morrison Government has no plans to resolve the frozen UK pensions issue, why not, especially given the benefits to the Australian economy and the federal budget?


Your name, email and post code are optional, so it looks like you can complete the survey relatively anonymously.

And importantly, you can complete the survey more than once, so if you have other, non-frozen pension, issues that you'd like to tell the Liberals about, you can complete the survey again.

Thanks to https://twitter.com/simonahac/status/1496751717446082560 for alerting me to this survey.


Paul






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Graeme King

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Feb 25, 2022, 9:09:39 PMFeb 25
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I have replied/submitted the survey.


Thanks & Stay Safe
Graeme King
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