Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce speaks after the 2022 federal election | 7NEWS

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“We have to go from being a good government..into being a good opposition…but, I hope they (Labor) don’t put regional Australia projects to the sword” – Barnaby Joyce – Leader of the National Party of Australia.

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