TURNBULL’S UNFAIR BUDGET HITS POOREST FAMILIES HARDEST

Independent analysis by the Australian National University (ANU) shows that low and middle income families will be the hardest hit by cuts in Malcolm Turnbull’s first Budget. 

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LIBERAL LIES ON NDIS FUNDING PUT DELIVERY OF SCHEME IN DOUBT

Malcolm Turnbull has used his first budget to continue his Government’s lies about the funding for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, throwing the delivery of the scheme under the Liberals into doubt.

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NDIS FUNDING TO BE SPENT ON LIBERAL “WHIMS”

The Turnbull Government’s deceit on the National Disability Insurance Scheme has been truly exposed today, with reports it plans to spend funds intended for people with disability on other Liberal “whims”.

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MORRISON’S BIG FAT LIE ON THE TODAY SHOW

Scott Morrison has begun his Budget sell by lying about the impact it will have on low-and-middle-income families.

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MORE LIBERAL CUTS TO PENSIONERS

Malcolm Turnbull has taken the knife to pensioners’ income once again, this time by abolishing the Energy Supplement for new recipients, despite promising before the last election that they would keep it.

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FAMILIES AND PENSIONERS WORSE OFF UNDER THE LIBERALS

Malcolm Turnbull is giving tax cuts to millionaires and multinationals while cutting the household budgets of families and pensioners.

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TURNBULL MUST END HIS WAR ON NEW MUMS

In tonight’s Budget Malcolm Turnbull must end his war on working mums by dropping his unfair cuts to paid parental leave.

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TURNBULL’S CUTS TO FAMILIES WILL HURT THE ECONOMY

In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, under-pressure-Treasurer Scott Morrison has said that Australian families are the most important contributor to economic growth.

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TURNBULL’S BUDGET PLAN HAS THE SAME OLD ABBOTT PAIN

When talking about the Budget on Sky News last night, Malcolm Turnbull insisted:

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GOVERNMENT FOLLOWS LABOR’S LEAD ON DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION COMMISSIONER

Another day, another example of the Turnbull Government following Labor’s lead on an important policy issue.

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