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Kristina Keneally
Senator for NSW, ALP. Mother of 3. Married to Ben. Univ of Dayton: BA (Hons) Pol Sci ‘91; MA Religious Studies ‘95. 42nd Premier of NSW.
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Sally McManus Nov 15
Workers strike to protect their jobs. Their union is ordered to pay $173 000, under Morrisons Ensuring Integrity law their union could also be shut down. Yet Woolworths steals millions from workers & nothing happens via
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Kristina Keneally Nov 14
Labor welcomes news has had the opportunity to depart PNG. We look forward for Mr Boochani having the opportunity to permanently resettle in a third country as soon as possible, wherever that may be. Full statement 👇🏻
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Senator Raff Ciccone Nov 13
When someone is sick, they should get the best medical care possible. That's why supports the current Medevac laws. Watch the entire video:
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HSU NSW Nov 13
A reminder that the Liberal government gutted aged care funding 👇 This didn't just happen overnight. Time to wake up.
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
Replying to @MsMarielleSmith
“There is a blueprint in front of you which shows you a path through this... it’s there, in front of you. Clear as day. You can act on it. The Minister can act on it. The Prime Minister can act on it.” urging the Morrison Govt to act now on the report
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
Replying to @polley_helen
“They used the aged care sector as an ATM... we’ve had four ministers and each one of those ministers have failed the Australian people, failed people who are most deserving of our respect and care” - ’s impassioned speech on aged care
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
“When you take that much money out of the aged care system, something’s gunna give. I’ll tell you what gave? The aged care sector gave and older Australians around this country are paying” 🔥🔥🔥 from calling out ’s gutting of aged care
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Brendan O'Connor Nov 13
Almost 2 million Australians are looking for work or for more work because the economy is floundering on the Liberals' watch.
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Senator Jenny McAllister Nov 13
Yesterday Labor launched an inquiry into . Every year 1000s of workers are being deliberately or accidentally underpaid by their employers, but this government has done nothing about it. It’s time for Scott Morrison to take this seriously
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Senator Murray Watt Nov 13
Yesterday, we learned wages growth is falling. Today, unemployment is up. If this is what the Liberals mean by them being “good economic managers”, I’d hate to see their version of bad. via
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
Replying to @StillbirthAUS
. is calling on all 🇦🇺 businesses to review their current paid parental leave policies and formalise stillbirth into paid parental leave, to remove any ambiguity from an already challenging situation. Find out more here👇🏻
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 to who has been a longtime provider of parental leave for parents of stillborn children since 2014. NAB is now officially recognised on the website.
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
Replying to @PeterDutton_MP
When claims “there isn’t a border crisis”, I say . That's why the Morrison Government will have to release these stats on a monthly basis- to be transparent with the Australian people about their failure to control our borders and this work scam.
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
100,000 people… and the reason why has lost control of the borders? I’ll leave that up to Liberal MP (and now Assistant Minister) 😉
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
Replying to @KKeneally
The facts are clear: - 100,000 people have arrived by airplane and claimed asylum under the Morrison Govt. - They are being trafficked to (and in) Australia to access the labour market. - These low-skilled workers are ending up in exploited, slave-like conditions.
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
Replying to @KKeneally
Australians would be rightly appalled that the food on their tables or in their kids’ lunchboxes could've been picked by exploited people. This work scam is exacerbating the labour crisis in 🇦🇺’s horticultural industry. It is made worse by over 62,000 visa overstayers in 🇦🇺
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
Replying to @theprojecttv
Just last week spoke to some of the 100,000 people who arrived in Australia as part of this work scam run by criminal syndicates. Some paid $2350 just to gain a job in Australia. This report is a must watch 👇👇👇
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
Replying to @KKeneally
85% are not genuine refugees- but because of the Department of Home Affairs’ go-slow processing of asylum claims, they can remain in Australia for 4 or 5 years with work rights. To put it simply, it’s a work scam... with trafficked people being exploited
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
Replying to @ABCFactCheck
With the numbers blowing out of control year-on-year, this is a border crisis of the Liberal National Government’s own making. It’s simply untrue for anyone to claim anything otherwise and have verified the claims.
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Kristina Keneally Nov 13
Replying to @PeterDutton_MP
When you break down the Morrison Govt’s numbers, between 1 July this year and 31 August, 65 people per day have arrived in Australia and claimed asylum. 65 people per day… although at first couldn’t even get his maths right-
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