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Inept Prime Minister spends $87,000 of taxpayers' money to keep Coalition Agreement a secret

In Parliament today Malcolm Turnbull was forced to admit he has paid a team of high-powered lawyers $87,000 of taxpayers’ money to keep the Coalition Agreement secret from the Australian people.

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Transcript - Radio Interview - ABC RN Breakfast - Tuesday 27 February 2018

SUBJECTS: Coalition Agreement, Company tax cuts, Bill Shorten’s support for mine workers.

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Speech - House of Representatives - Banking and Financial Services - Monday 26 February 2018

Last week I spoke with Michael. Michael is not his real name—I'm using that name to protect him. I spoke with him just after he withdrew cash from a machine located in a retail shop in one of my local shopping centres.

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Transcript - Speech - House of Representatives - Monday 26 February

I note that there aren't any contributions from the other side today—on the appropriations bill, no less.

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Transcript - Sky News Interview - Coalition Agreement - Monday 26 February

SUBJECTS: New National Party leader, Coalition Agreement, Barnaby Joyce allegations.

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Fix our traffic problems

The Federal Member for Hunter, Joel Fitzgibbon has accused the NSW and Commonwealth Governments of ignoring the infrastructure needs of the Hunter region.

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Speech - House of Representatives - Hunter traffic issues - Monday 26 February 2018

Traffic congestion is not something often associated with regional communities, but the Hunter Region, happily, is growing very strongly, and traffic congestion in the Hunter Region is a real issue.

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Transcript - Doors - Canberra - Monday 26 February - 2018

SUBJECTS: New National Party leader, Coalition Agreement, corporate tax cuts, Chinese domestic politics.

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Prime Minister must release the Coalition Agreement

It is now more important than ever before that the Prime Minister releases the Coalition Agreement.

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Call for crackdown on pay day lenders as Hunter families suffer

Federal Labor is calling on the Government to stop stalling and get on with the job of protecting 650,000 Australian families who are being ripped off by pay day lenders.

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