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Former shadow communications minister and the man spearheading the Liberal party’s opposition to efforts to split Telstra and roll out the NBN, Nick Minchin, will quit politics.
Liberal Senator Nick Minchin has hit back at jibes by communications minister Stephen Conroy over the delay of the Telstra separation bill.
Shadow Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy Senator Nick Minchin has used the publication of a new report into the productivity of high speed broadband to reiterate his call for a full-cost benefit analysis of the NBN.
The coalition will try to delay any legislation that aims to force the structural separation of Telstra (ASX:TLS).
Communications minister Senator Stephen Conroy and shadow communications minister Nick Minchin recently squared off at the CommsDay summit in Melbourne on the Telstra separation and the NBN. As usual the politicians had sharply varying views and squawked load and long. Here are the key, cracker-sized squawks from each minister on the issues.
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