We know that we have enjoyed 27 years of consecutive economic growth. We know that the unemployment rate is at five per cent. We know that the Australian GDP is growing at a rate faster than the OECD average, faster than all of the G7 bar the United States. Now, there’s a reason that we celebrate good economic outcomes, and the Prime Minister articulates this well—that is, the economy isn’t the end game. Having a good strong economy is not the end game; it is the means.