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Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has signed a reporter’s arm in a stunt about GST during his visit to WA.

It comes after a front page on The West Australian included a pledge for the prime minister to sign to leave the GST contribution for the state as is.

“We actually have put in place not just the definition for WA, the certainty that’s there, we have provided at the last national cabinet every state and territory with their no worse off GST guarantee funding,” Albanese said.

Albanese told the reporter Dylan Caporn that if he wanted a stunt, he should get a tattoo.

“I reckon you should get a tat and get a signature on the tat. I’m happy to sign your arm if you like. If you are going to take it seriously, if we’re going to have a stunt, let’s do a good one. Let’s go to a tattoo parlour, we can get it tattooed on,” the prime minister said.

He signed the reporter’s arm. Caporn asked him why he wouldn’t sign the pledge.

“You want something permanent, let’s get serious. I’m worried about your lack of commitment here … But anyway, the offer is there available.”

Afterwards, a reporter asked if it was frustrating amendment to stage 3 tax cuts cast aspersions on his promises about the GST.

“They haven’t,” Albanese said.

“It’s very clear. And what is clear as well, you might have noticed this, is that the Liberal Party and Peter Dutton voted for our changes to tax last week, that went through the parliament.”

He said the tax cuts passed through the House of Representatives, and even One Nation was supporting them.

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