Shorten defends climate policy he took to failed federal election

Bill Shorten has again defended the climate policy he took to last May’s election, saying voters now stop him and ask him what the cost is of not acting on climate change.

In a much-publicised moment of the campaign, the former Labor leader was grilled on the costing of his climate plan, for which he could not give an answer.

Mr Shorten and now leader Anthony Albanese said on Wednesday Labor still had a strong stance on climate change and urged the government against complacency.

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