Day 25 of the federal election campaign

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FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 25

WHERE THE LEADERS ARE CAMPAIGNING

* Prime Minister Scott Morrison: Starting the day in Sydney

* Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese: Also starting the day in Sydney

WHAT THE COALITION WANTS TO TALK ABOUT

* Prime Minister Scott Morrison will spruik a new jobs pledge, aiming to create 400,000 new small businesses during the next five years in an election promise.

WHAT LABOR WANTS TO TALK ABOUT

* Labor's signature universal childcare policy election pledge will be positioned as one of the party's great reforms alongside Medicare and superannuation in an address by Mr Albanese to the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

WHAT IS MAKING NEWS

* The Australian Electoral Commission reviewing the circumstances surrounding the nomination of Pauline Hanson's One Nation candidate in the NSW seat of Hughes.

* Defence Minister Peter Dutton and Opposition Defence spokesman Brendan O'Connor will go head-to-head in a debate at the National Press Club.

THEY SAID WHAT?

"The waters will remain choppy globally and the headwinds will still be there. And what you will need is a government that knows how to handle this."

- Mr Morrison on returning a coalition government despite rising interest rates.

"You have senior members of the government who are not putting the Liberal Party logo on material."

- Mr Albanese on Liberal MPs trying to distance their campaigns from the prime minister who is considered disliked by inner-city voters.

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