09 August 2013
Published 09 August 2013
The Opposition has lashed out at the Government's decision to continue an ad blitz about its asylum seeker policy, accusing it of trashing the caretaker conventions. The ad campaign warns asylum seekers they no longer have the option of being settled in Australia if they arrive by boat. Special Minister of State Mark Dreyfus has given approval for the ads to continue to run in Australia and overseas, despite the election campaign being in full swing.