End offshore detention

Dear Prime Minister,

Where is the food?

Australia's prisoners on Manus Island have to queue for more than an hour for each meal, have it passed through a small hole in a wall, food runs out long before all the men have been fed, and what food there is is often rotten, mouldy and inedible.

"This is a sample of the meals given to men in Manus. It costs Australian taxpayers nearly half a million dollars for each detained person each year. Or about $4,000 per person per day." Lynne Murphy https://www.facebook.com/lynne.murphy.148/posts/10154501915596769?pnref=story

"This is a sample of the meals given to men in Manus. It costs Australian taxpayers nearly half a million dollars for each detained person each year. Or about $4,000 per person per day." Lynne Murphy https://www.facebook.com/lynne.murphy.148/posts/10154501915596769?pnref=story

When I rang Minister Dutton's office about the lack of food on 23 March I was told that the detainees have three square meals a day and unlimited access to food. Where is the food?