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Craig Kelly billed taxpayers to fly to Melbourne anti-lockdown rallies

UAP leader defends the travel expenses, saying his activities at the protests were parliamentary business

Craig Kelly is being investigated for billing taxpayers to fly to anti-vaccine mandate, anti-lockdown rallies in Melbourne, internal records show.

Kelly, the leader of the United Australia party, charged taxpayers for his flights to and from Melbourne for two rallies in November and December last year, which were organised chiefly as protests against Victoria’s pandemic powers and the Victorian premier, Dan Andrews.

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