The leader of Australia's main opposition Labor party, Kim Beazley, says people should have to sign up to Australian values before they get a visa to visit. Mr Beazley says Australian values of respect for each other, mateship, fairness, freedom and respect for the laws are the front line in the struggle against extremists and terrorists. Our reporter, Louise Yaxley, says Mr Beazley argues that instead of waiting until someone applies to become a citizen to sign up to what he calls Aussie values, they should have to agree to respecting Australian values when they apply for a visa to enter the country. He says the list should include respect for Australian institutions of democracy and the law, acceptance of different religions and cultures, respect for women and for hard work. So, the new way to avoid letting extremists and terrorists into this country is to get them to say 'yes, ok' to a few rules? Will thay have to say 'how are ya mate'? and what will happen if they agree to these so called values, then enter the country and don't own a BBQ or have a pair of flip flops?! will they be sent back? How come we can tell people what to think if they want to enter our country, and how to act - when even our own people don't follow that 'list of australian values' How many Australians accept different religions and cultures? Hrm..