Labor offers tax breaks for billionaires if they pass primary school science tests.
In unsurprising news today, WA billionaire Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest has publicly stated he does not believe climate change contributed to Australia's recent bushfire crisis.
Readers were not shocked that a man who's family has spent decades making a vast fortune by literally selling parts of the planet was not supportive of major environmental reforms.
Labor leader Anthony Albanese has offered to push through significant tax breaks for the mining magnate and his fellow billionaires, if they prove they can understand the same science our nation's 12 year olds are learning.
That is the same climate science supported by 99% of the world's published research and proven beyond any reasonable doubt, but would likely impact Forrest's personal fortune - which is currently more than the GDP of many small nations.