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A look back on 2022 on the season final of Q+A live from Sydney with Stan Grant

This week… the final Q+A of the year.

In what’s been a tumultuous 12 months, we’ve seen war, floods and a change in government. As Australians try to manage cost-of-living pressures, Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe has apologised to mortgage holders who borrowed with an expectation that interest rates would not rise until 2024. Are you managing your household debt? What’s changed about the way you are living? How is the nation different from this time a year ago?

Meanwhile as politicians in Canberra enter the home stretch of parliament, the Nationals have confirmed they will oppose a First Nations voice to parliament. What does this mean for the Liberal party? Where does this leave Labor’s promise for a referendum? 

What does the year ahead hold? Will we make any progress on breaking away from the monarchy? NSW voters head to the polls in March, what impact will Independent MPs have there? The Teals shot to prominence in the federal election, but haven’t made any gains in the Victorian poll – how much impact are they actually having?

And sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins is handing down her latest findings on sexual harassment in the workplace. What’s changed since the last survey four years ago, which sparked the Respect@Work report? How much work still needs to be done?

Joining Stan Grant on the panel:

Grace Tame, Bestselling author
Nova Peris, Republican, Olympian and former politician
Allegra Spender, Independent MP for Wentworth
Matt Kean, NSW Treasurer
Josh Szeps, Broadcaster

Please submit a question via our website by 9am Thursday for the chance to ask the panel. 

Watch Q+A Thursday at 8.30pm on ABC TV, streamed live 8.30pm AEST on ABC iview or on our website

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