Good morning, early birds. UK Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to resign if party members support her Brexit deal, and Bill Shorten calls for the Coalition to sign a parliamentary racism "code of conduct". It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The economy will be reliant on health spending for much of its jobs and wages growth over the next couple of years — and the government is increasing it.
The MYEFO has revealed that Turnbull doesn't want to do anything about fixing the deficit or debt, and it's going to be regular Australians who pay the price.
Budget on track to return to balance? Not bloody likely.
Australia's debt outlook is showing improvement. But Morrison’s claim this is evidence of “turning the debt ship around’’ might be regarded as premature.
Sadly, it's not quite a Night at the Museum deal.
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