Henceforth it gets a whole lot harder, addressing the issues conveniently overlooked by all parties during the election campaign, not just looming problems with Hydro Tasmania, Forestry Tasmania and TT Line but the overwhelmingly crucial matter of government budgetary sustainability without a fallback position on the horizon.

The incoming Treasurer needs another approach.

Toss the superficial plan for a brighter future in the bin and start again.

It might have won them an election but it won’t solve any problems.

In fact it might make matters worse by giving them a deluded view that winning an election gives the plan a credible imprimatur.

Read the full, wonderful analysis of challenges facing Will – including Hydro, Forestry (with a special mention of Richard Colbeck), TT Line, a sustainable Budget … and Plan C??

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