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Nationals WA leader Mia Davies has been at the helm of the party since the fallout of the March state election. Photo: Attila Csaszar

WA Nationals to oppose payroll hikes

The Nationals WA say they will block measures targeting big business that were unveiled last week as part of the state government's budget repair plan.

The new Labor government hopes increasing payroll tax for large businesses and royalty rates for gold miners will bring $827 million of revenue in the next four years.

The Nationals could form a bloc with the Liberal opposition and One Nation in the upper house to scupper the plans.

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