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Q & A With Scott

Often I have school students enquiring about my role as the Member for Cook and Prime Minister. 

Some students also ask personal questions about my hobbies, interests and family life; my answers to their questions are listed below…

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My favourite colour is:Blue
I barrack for:The 2016 Premiership winning Sharks
My favourite food is:Curry, which I like to purchase the ingredients for and cook myself. My family love our curry nights
My pets are:Charlie the cat
Buddy the dog
In my spare time I like to:Spend time with my family and friends, read and go paddling in my kayak
My favourite subjects at school were:Geography and English
My favourite movie is:Amazing Grace
My favourite book is:
  • The Great World by David Malouf
  • Illywhacker by Peter Carey
  • The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson
What do I do when I am in Canberra?

As one of 151 Members of the House of Representatives from all around Australia, I spend about 18 weeks a year in Canberra. When Parliament sits we debate with other Members of Parliament about legislation; question Ministers about the work that they are doing; give speeches and vote on new or amended legislation

Outside Parliament I attend lots of meetings and events with people who have particular issues they want to discuss or problems to be solved

What do I do when I am in Cook?

When I am in my electorate I meet with constituents, attend events or visit local schools and businesses.  The people in my Electorate of Cook are important to me

I love that my Electorate boasts the four Bate Bay beaches which are supported by four great Surf Clubs powered by a dedicated team of volunteers. I mostly enjoy hearing all the great stories from constituents about the community organisations they run or attend

Why did I want to go into Parliament?To make sure that Australia is always the best it can be
What is my legacy I hope to leave?That young people growing up today have an even better Australia to live in than I did