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INACTION: Questioning by Mark McGowan in 2010 led to an admission by the premier that he had broken his promise to legislate on lobbyists’ activities. Photo: Grant Currall

Lobbyists’ register still on ground floor

In 2010 Colin Barnett conceded he had failed to deliver on a 2008 pre-election promise to ‘‘legislate for a proper register to monitor the activities of political lobbyists”. Now, as the state election approaches, nothing has changed.

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