Without a cost-benefit analysis, there was no justification for the massive investment in the National Broadband Network, shadow communications spokesman Malcolm Turnbull has told reporters in Canberra.
Shadow communications spokesman Malcolm Turnbull has "no interest" in demolishing the National Broadband Network, and if the Coalition were to form Government before then NBN is completed, it would make the best possible use of the infrastructure already built.
Pressure is growing on newly-appointed Opposition communications spokesman Malcolm Turnbull to deal with the industry reform legislation that will enable the $9 billion Telstra structural separation deal to proceed.
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