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RT @isobelroe: Just a PSA that One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson's domain name expired and has been... repurposed.Read More
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RT @sallymcmanus: The Morrison Government has a law before the parliament that will give employers more power to keep wages low. At the sam…Read More
RT @sallymcmanus: Outright cruelty 👇🏻 This $51/day would have also have ended up in spent in local businesses. Money for farmers & retaile…Read More
RT @unionsaustralia: Paul Keating is spot on. This is another ideological attack on superannuation by the Government. If it goes through it…Read More
RT @unionsnsw: Help stop privatisation. Join the campaign: https://t.co/edaQ0ZWQ6FRead More
The Morrison Government has claimed its aim is to "improve" superannuation, not dismantle it. This from the blokes behind the early withdrawal scheme which plundered working families' retirement savings to the tune of $36 billion dollars. Can you trust a word they say? 🤔Read More
RT @shaunmicallef: "...and then, after I likened the riot in the Capitol building to the BLM protests and said All Lives Matter and argued…Read More
Working people would have to choose between making ends meet now or when they retire. It's simply not fair. With an ultimatum like this, you've got to ask who wins (Hint: it's definitely not working people) ...Read More