Quote by William Hague
I don't think my principles change. I think the way in which you apply those principles to modern society changes.
This quote encapsulates the belief that the core ethical values and principles one holds do not undergo a fundamental transformation over time. Rather, their application and interpretation in relation to contemporary society might evolve. It emphasizes the importance of adapting one's principles to the context of the modern world while remaining committed to the overall values that shape their moral compass. The quote encourages an open-minded and flexible approach towards applying timeless principles to ever-changing societal dynamics.
If the states and territories do not sign up to fundamental reform, then my message is equally simple: we will take this reform plan to the people at the next election - along with a referendum by or at that same election to give the Australian Government all the power it needs to reform the health system.