Nationals will continue to bring ‘common sense’ to Canberra from a regional perspective

Nationals leader David Littleproud said the party brings the 'sense centre' from a regional and rural Australia perspective and will continue to bring the 'sense' to Canberra.

Nationals leader David Littleproud said the party brings the ‘sense centre’ from a regional and rural Australia perspective and will continue to bring the ‘sense’ to Canberra. “And understand that to win over government and influence change in regional and rural Australia, we need to be part of a team,” Mr Littleproud said. “In fact we also respect the rights within our party to be individualists, I think that brings a diversity to politics that we shouldn’t run away from, we should celebrate, but there is a time and a place to that. “Essentially the National Party will continue to be that conscience for rural, regional Australia with common sense.” Nationals leader David Littleproud said the party brings the ‘sense centre’ from a regional and rural Australia perspective and will continue to bring the ‘sense’ to Canberra. “And understand that to win over government and influence change in regional and rural Australia, we need to be part of a team,” Mr Littleproud said. “In fact we also respect the rights within our party to be individualists, I think that brings a diversity to politics that we shouldn’t run away from, we should celebrate, but there is a time and a place to that. “Essentially the National Party will continue to be that conscience for rural, regional Australia with common sense.”

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