Federal election 2022 live: Coalition minister admits ‘bump’ in house prices from super policy ‘in the short term’

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Liberal MP and superannuation minister Jane Hume admits ‘bump’ in house prices from Coalition policy that would let Australians access up to $50,000 of their superannuation to buy a first home.

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