Nationals senator wants focus on life insurance industry and veterans


By Katharine Murphy 
A Nationals senator will raise dodgy practices in the life insurance industry as a key issue the Coalition must pursue in the new parliament when his party meets in Canberra on Tuesday.
NSW senator John Williams said on Monday he intended to raise concerns about conduct in the industry, and also questionable labour contracting arrangements in the regions, in the first party room meeting held since the Coalition claimed victory in the federal election.
Williams also said the Coalition needed to devote more resources to mental health, particularly with veterans, and said he had established contact with the Soldier On veterans support group to discuss proposals.

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