‘Hardly a Labor member in sight’ at introduction of religious freedom bill

Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says there was “hardly a Labor member in sight” at Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s speech introducing religious discrimination legislation to parliament.

Labor has indicated they will support the bill, with opposition leader Anthony Albanese expressing he wanted people of faith to be protected from discrimination.

However, despite this, Labor members were mostly absent from parliament when the Prime Minister gave an “impassioned speech” introducing the bill.

“Not much interest in Labor members being at the PM’s speech on religious discrimination today,” Mr Clennell said.

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