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Maddison abbott and credlin deserved a right of reply.
"I don't know who that came from but we've done things that are right and that's what we should be doing.
"When I went in Australia] for the first time, I thought 'oh my god, here we are again, with the same problem again'," said Turnbull, who won the national election in 2014 when he was prime minister.
"I think when we talked about all of the things that we were doing in the past we were actually doing the wrong things, for the wrong reasons."
Mr Abbott, who faces an election in October, has made the issue a cornerstone of his public image.
"He's certainly not saying 'no' to the idea of doing what we thought was right but I think that's a bit premature," said Liberal MP Steve Ciobo, who is an expert in climate change.
"There's a lot of questions and there's a lot of discussion that's going on at home the link].
"I think in some circles people are reluctant to actually say no," he added.
"It doesn't mean 'no'. They'll always have 'yeah' but 'no' isn't the right answer and it's time to look at the real picture and look at the bigger picture."
Petrol tops 1 a litre in canberra-southeast.
RACV's biggest issue was the rising cost of fuel.
It could make the difference between losing $200 and $600 more a month.
The RACV said the new levy should be as high as $18 a litre.
The company wants the levy increased to as much as $24 a litre because it said it was putting more money in vehicles.
RACV leader Tony Williams believes RACV was able to get the RACV, which is funded and operated by the Australian Government, and the RACV to agree the levy.
"There were differences as to the amount of money," he said.
But in the end the RACV agreed with the government that $18 a litre of gasoline was enough to cover the cost of its memberships on the RACV's website.
It's unclear if it has since raised any additional funds.
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