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Carbon Emissions on Friday 30th October 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 30th October 2015

Friday 30 October, 2015
Tony is planning to earn big bucks as a speaker yet when he was PM many would have paid a fortune to shut him up.
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Carbon Emissions on FridayMash leading political satire and humour

Different state of mind

Charles and Camilla have announced plans for a royal tour of Australia next month but Malcolm has no immediate plans for a republican tour of the UK.

Behind closed doors

Richard di Natale has announced that the Greens are ready to take up positions in a cabinet despite the fact they would obviously find it rather cramped.

Touching up the US

Joe will soon make his first touchdown in the US as Aussie ambassador and hopefully Jarryd Hayne will soon do the same as a 49er.

Priceless pontification

Tony is planning to earn big bucks as a speaker yet when he was PM many would have paid a fortune to shut him up.

Love-hate child

Tony and Bronnie should be offered the lead roles in a new series of Mother and Son.

Nasal appraisal

Tony tended to get up people’s noses but Malcolm has proved adept at rubbing noses with them especially in NZ.

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

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