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Carbon Emissions on Friday 25th September 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 25th September 2015

Friday 25 September, 2015
Sarah Hanson Young must be reviewing future career options after her position as Head of the Moral Outraging Over Abbott Movement was made redundant
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Carbon Emissions on FridayMash leading political satire and humour

Apoplectic about sceptics

It’s a great shame Tony won’t be a sceptic at the Climate Change Conference.

This will probably result in it becoming an oversized edition of Q&A.

Refreshing change of career

Joe must be desperate for a new job which allows time for a decent lunch.

Shuffle kerfuffle

Malcolm’s acclaimed shuffle was a marked improvement on the ACTU’s ill-considered attempt to shuffle off Dyson Heydon.

The rage no more

Sarah Hanson Young must be reviewing future career options after her position as Head of the Moral Outraging Over Abbott Movement was made redundant.

End of the age of entitlement

Constitutional experts believe on balance Malcolm was right not to announce the gazetting of Sir Tony and Dame Bronnie.

Suggestions welcome

Bill Shorten is desperately seeking an alternative reason why he should be prime minister now he can no longer rely on Tony.

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

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