Labor’s child care policy “will benefit higher-earning workers”

Sky News presenter Chris Smith says Labor's childcare policy is

Sky News anchor Chris Smith says Labor’s childcare policy is “inaccurate and lacking in detail” with families earning more than $500,000 a year eligible for taxpayer support. “What happened to Labor taking care of the workers? They’re taking care of the rich,” he told Sky News presenter Peta Credlin. “This is the most expensive political promise you have made in this election and for whom? “For the benefit of higher income workers.” Sky News anchor Chris Smith says Labor’s childcare policy is “inaccurate and (lacking) details” with families earning more than $500,000 a year eligible for taxpayer support. “What happened to Labor taking care of the workers? They’re taking care of the rich,” he told Sky News presenter Peta Credlin. “This is the most expensive political promise you have made in this election and for whom? “For the benefit of higher income workers.”

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