Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese face off in third leaders’ debate – and they’re both on best behaviour after clashing furiously in round two
- Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese went head to head on Channel 7
- The pair clashed over the cost of living in the early stages of the debate
- It came three days after two leaders locked horns during the previous debate
Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese are going head to head for the final time in the third leaders’ debate.
Mr Morrison talked about the need to keep the economy strong in his opening speech.
‘You don’t want to risk a weaker economy. We have got big challenges and uncertainties still to face,’ he said.
Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese are going head to head for the final time in the third leaders’ debate
Mr Albanese said he wanted a ‘better future’ where childcare is cheaper and Australia builds more renewable energy sources.
‘I believe that good government can change people’s lives for the better.
‘I believe that good government can help people achieve their dreams and aspirations for a better future for themselves, their families and in particular generations to come,’ he said.
Mark Riley hosted the debate on the Seven Network. The showdown kicked off at 9.10pm