'Google it, mate': Adam Bandt hits back at journalist's 'gotcha question'

Australian Greens leader Adam Bandt has hit back at a journalist’s question which seemed to be trying to catch him off guard. Bandt was asked what the current WPI [Wage Price Index] was, to which he responded, ‘Google it, mate!’ Elections should be 'contest of ideas', Bandt said. Not a 'factchecking exercise’ that he said was turning people off politics. The exchange came after Labor leader Anthony Albanese was unable to state the national unemployment rate

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