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Carbon Emissions on Friday 3rd July 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 3rd July 2015

Friday 3 July, 2015
There seems a strong possibility that the government inquiry into Q&A will strip the ABC of its Australian citizenship and reduce it to BC.
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Carbon Emissions on FridayMash leading political satire and humour

Bombing out

As a result of the government inquiry it is possible the ABC will agree not to include terrorists on Q&A panels.

Not getting ahead of himself

While Tony is determined that heads will roll at the ABC the word is he is not contemplating getting any help in this endeavour from Islamic State.

Speaking suspensefully

Bronnie has just notched up her 400th ejection from the House of Reps. Whilst this is not a hung parliament Bronnie seems determined it should be suspended.

Prolonging the agony

Hopefully Q&A will respond to the government inquiry by bringing a dominatrix into the audience to do some panel beating.

Righting a wrong

The government inquiry into Q&A marks the first time the ABC has ever become involved in a right-wing programme.

Making A while the sun shines

There seems a strong possibility that the government inquiry into Q&A will strip the ABC of its Australian citizenship and reduce it to BC.

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