Labor set to dump negative gearing reforms?

Ah yes, the Australian Labor Party, via The Australian:

Labor’s new Treasury spokesman, Jim Chalmers, has signalled a ­decisive break with the past five years of economic policy under Bill Shorten, identifying the need to develop greater controls on spending and wind back high-­taxing measures ahead of the next election.

In an interview with The Australian, Dr Chalmers yesterday flagged a return to the centre ground on economic policy, which he suggested would see Labor leave behind the high-­taxing, high-spending agenda championed under Mr Shorten’s leadership.

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