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Federal Group correspondence

Labor has today released correspondence with Greg Farrell in the interests of openness and transparency.

The correspondence confirms Labor’s intention to negotiate a new casino license for Wrest Point and the Country Club beyond 2023.

The term of a new license, including duration, fees and taxation will be informed by independent advice from Treasury. Labor is not prepared to fetter the independence of Treasury by setting parameters for that advice.

I want to reassure employees at Wrest Point and the Country Club that their jobs are not at risk.

http://taslabor.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Federal-Group-Employees-re-gaming-policy.pdf
Rebecca White MP Labor Leader 2 March 2018

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  1. Stephen Menadue

    March 2, 2018 at 2:55 am

    Greg Farrell, who are you to tell Rebecca White that she refused to answer a question about this issue? You have been asked many questions about this issue but have refused to answer.

    Here’s one for you, and answer with a yes or no response please …

    Do you feel any responsibility for the people’s lives you have wrecked by allowing your machines to proliferate in the pubs and clubs even after you said that they should remain in the casinos?

    You don’t belong in Tasmania. Please leave and don’t come back. At least Rebecca White doesn’t use her employees as hostages as you have. Weak.

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