Coalition would overturn right-to-disconnect legislation, Dutton says

Opposition also claims new vehicle emissions standards will hit Australia’s most popular vehicles

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The opposition leader, Peter Dutton, has foreshadowed an election fight on the government’s right-to-disconnect legislation, saying he would overturn the laws if elected.

Workers will soon have the right to ignore unreasonable calls and emails outside their rostered shifts, after the government’s legislation cleared parliament on Thursday.

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