Federal election 2019: Bill Shorten appears on Q&A after Scott Morrison's 7.30 interview – as it happened

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There has been little shift in the polls as the campaign enters its final two weeks. All the day’s events, live

Welcome to the back end of the campaign, with just 12 days to go until the polls close.

Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten have both started the day in Sydney. The southern states are going to get a lot of love these next few days. There are seats to be won for both sides in NSW and Victoria, which, with Queensland and WA appearing more of a gamble, has the major parties trying to batten down familiar ground.

Two polls published on Sunday night suggest that the federal election is tightening, although both continued to show Labor ahead, with any movement inside the margin for error.

The Ipsos poll published in the Sydney Morning Herald and the Age on Sunday night had Labor ahead 52-48, a one-point drop from the result a month earlier.

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