Luke Foley calling for a slash in NSW migrant intake

New South Wales Opposition Leader Luke Foley says he would like to see his state’s migration intake slashed. At the current trajectory, Sydney’s population is expected to hit six million people within the decade, a figure Mr Foley says he would like to see slowed down. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is also urging Prime Minister Scott Morrison to halve the state’s intake to ease congestion in the state capital. Mr Foley told Sky News he would like to see the Federal government implement a national population policy, amid concerns over the rapid population increase in the major cities.

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