Leaders trade insults as real reform is put on the backburner

Leaders trade insults as real reform is put on the backburner

Opinion Leaders trade insults as real reform is put on the backburner There were dozens of barbs thrown across the Parliament this week but the one that hurt Anthony Albanese the most was the suggestion that he had made the pandemic worse. Scott Morrison made the claim at the start of question time on Wednesday when Labor asked why the Prime Minister did not stand up to rebel Liberals and Nationals who were withholding their votes over vaccine mandates. “I’m so pleased that we didn’t have to rely on the opposition during the pandemic, because we wouldn’t have got the results,” the Prime Minister said. “You did!” Albanese shot back. And the Labor leader was right. The government relied on Labor support for big measures from the launch of JobKeeper …
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