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Carbon Emissions on Friday 8th May 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 8th May 2015

Friday 8 May, 2015
The UK faces the awful prospect that post-election Scottish politicians could cause as much chaos in Westminster as Tasmanian politicians do in Canberra
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Carbon Emissions from FridayMash

No care no responsibility

The prime responsibility of a government is to be the caretaker of human life and dignity even in Indonesia.

Voting as if their life depended on it

Kim Jong-un’s decision to execute 15 people who disagreed with him has gained universal approval in North Korea.

Friends like these

Christine Milne actually agreed with the government’s position on Indonesia. How insensitive of her to give Tony such a shock at a particularly stressful time.

Hardly a privilege

Parents must be wondering whether it’s worthwhile paying huge fees to give their kids experiences at private schools which are illegal in public.

Tail gagging the dog

The UK faces the awful prospect that post-election Scottish politicians could cause as much chaos in Westminster as Tasmanian politicians do in Canberra.

Weather or not

Climate Change is happening at your ABC. Tony Jones was temperate while interviewing Tim Flannery but Leigh Sales turned up the heat with Greg Hunt.

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

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