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Daily briefs: 'Wet lettuce', O'Neill slays life code

Labor senator Deborah O'Neill

Labor senator and Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services deputy chair Deborah O'Neill said the federal government was "keeping everybody in the dark" when it came to upcoming life insurance legislation from the banking royal commission. Image credit: Alan Porritt/AAP

Enforcement of the life insurance code "looks like being hit by wet lettuce", while the Morrison government has failed to deliver on legislation, a Financial Services Council event heard today.[.....]

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