Look what the man who signed a contract for submarine delivery in the great by and bye has to say: Scott Morrison put national security at risk.
Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has claimed Prime Minister Scott Morrison put Australia’s national security at risk in the way he has handled the decision to dump a $90 billion submarine contract with France and instead build a nuclear-propelled fleet with the United States and Britain.
Mr Turnbull also revealed that he has spoken to Emmanuel Macron since the shock announcement two weeks ago, despite Mr Morrison being unable to get the French President on the phone.
Reminds me how grateful we should be that Malcolm is no longer even in Parliament. As was said at the time:
“$50 billion to prop up less than 3000 jobs in Adelaide just doesn’t add up.”
It was worse than that, but you get the point.