Morrison has ‘blurred the lines’ between Liberal and Labor parties

Sky News host Peta Credlin says Prime Minister Scott Morrison has “blurred the lines” between the Liberal and the Labor parties with his commitment to net zero by 2050.

It comes as a recent Newspoll has the Coalition sitting on 46 per cent compared to Labor at 54 per cent in the two-party preferred vote.

“They are so similar, other than Tony Abbott stopping the boats back in 2013, what is the difference between these two parties?

“When people go to the ballot box that thought they were voting for a conservative party last time round they will look very, very carefully this time round,” she told Sky News host Alan Jones.

“I think we’re going to see a lot of movement of that underlying conservative Liberal vote and conservative National Party vote into minor parties on the right.

“I think that’s diabolical for a prime minister that’s already starting from behind.”