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The government is reportedly in discussions with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge about visiting bushfire affected parts of Australia this year.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will reportedly formally write to the Palace this week proposing dates

and a program for a visit. Prince William and Kate have not travelled to Australia since 2014. Image: Getty

 

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This is not a good idea.

Is the PM attempting to get his old job back?

that will not cost us $Millions will it AlboMP this one I will back you on to stop or are you happy to pay half with your goldcard as well

It’s all PR for W&K ... nothing more!

What for?

Save their carbon emissions from their flight... will literally be a better outcome than their visit!

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