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No GST Party

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No GST Party

The No Goods and Services Tax Party (usually called No GST), known in 1998 as Abolish Child Support, is a minor Australian political party that contested candidates in the 2004 Federal election. It was largely a response to the Howard Government's implementation of the Goods and Services Tax. It polled low totals. One Nation founder David Ettridge contested the Senate in Queensland in 2001 for the party.

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