Q+A on ABC TV – This week on Q+A… voting on the Voice. The Prime Minister has finally named the date for the referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament – the first bid to change the Constitution in more than two decades. 

As October 14 approaches, each side is ramping up its campaign and appealing to people’s emotions. Can Australians unpack the rhetoric to make an informed decision? Whose argument is cutting through? And which generation is likely to swing the vote? 

Meanwhile, parliament returns for another sitting week. Industrial relations reform is on the agenda as Labor looks to close “loopholes” in the system. But what will the new laws mean for small business?

And the pressure on Qantas keeps growing with the consumer watchdog launching legal action over “ghost flights”. How much longer will the flying kangaroo be a protected species?

Q+A is live from Melbourne tonight, Monday September 4 at 9.35pm AEST.

Joining Patricia Karvelas on the panel live in Melbourne:

Ged Kearney, Assistant Minister for Health & Aged Care 

Andrew McKellar, CEO, Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry 

Vanessa Turnbull-Roberts, Lawyer & Human Rights Advocate 

Darcy McGauley-Bartlett, 2023 Victorian Young Australian of the Year

Freya Leach, Director of Youth Policy, Menzies Research Centre

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