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Carbon Emissions on 24th July 2014

Carbon Emissions on 24th July 2014

Friday 24 July, 2015
If Labor doesn’t succeed in dumping Bronnie before the next parliamentary session they’ll find Question Times could become very suspenseful.
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The mother of all mistakes

Bill Shorten of all people is trying to break the strong union solidarity between a love child and his mother.

Suspensefully Speaking

If Labor doesn’t succeed in dumping Bronnie before the next parliamentary session they’ll find Question Times could become very suspenseful.

When dreams turn to ashes

Following England’s performance at Lords there is now an alternative to the Greek economy for refilling the urn.

A party in union

Bill Shorten is being urged to take action over the increasing union control of the Labor Party. It’s unlikely he’ll resign however.

It’s only fare

If anyone spots Bronnie on a bus please phone Bill Shorten’s office to let them know whether she bought a ticket.

Policy bale-out

Following the Greens’ recent failure to comment on the Greek economy there is speculation that they no longer believe a carbon tax is the answer.

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These are the only carbon emissions created in Australia that are actually worth $24 a tonne.

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