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Carbon Emissions on Friday 28th August 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 28th August 2015

Friday 28 August, 2015
It would be helpful if the unions campaigning for a “One- term Tony” could explain under what possible terms Bill would be any better.
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Don’t phone us

Mark Latham seems to be auditioning for the role of Donald Trump’s understudy.

Coming to terms with Tony and Bill

It would be helpful if the unions campaigning for a “One- term Tony” could explain under what possible terms Bill would be any better.

A dumpy humpy

Tony Burke must be considering flying his family business class to Torres Strait to check whether Tony is charging taxpayers for five-star humpy accommodation.

Future imperfect

Does the ACTU campaign to “Build a Better Future” apply to all of us or just those who have appeared before the Royal Commission?

None that left are left

The ALP must be relieved that the Aussie versions of Jeremy Corbyn have all joined the Greens.

Drug tests

If the form swings in the recent Ashes series had happened at Flemington or Ascot there would have been a stewards inquiry.

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

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