On Liberty EP2 Managing the aftermath of coronavirus

Salvatore Babones spoke with Alexander Downer, Australia’s longest-serving foreign minister and chairman of The UK Policy Exchange In London, about how to “manage the aftermath” of the coronavirus pandemic.

Writing in the Australian Financial Review, Alexander Downer recently argued “The federal government now has to start thinking about its exit plan and sell this through the national cabinet to the states. It has to develop acceptable criteria for winding back social isolation and, at some point, end the substantial subsidies to business and the offer of free childcare.”