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Alexander Nekrassov 1h
turned unremarkable people who were close to governments multi-millionaires and billionaires with national assets sold to them for a song. Now these corporations are mismanaged in the most disgraceful way. Time to nationalise assets sold off in crooked schemes.
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duncanpoundcake Sep 18
It was the EU who pushed for Postal Privatisation across Europe. Denmark said no. The EU 'persuaded' the Danish Govt to change its mind. Never forget the EU are Neo-Liberal at heart. Arch-Brexiteers are Neo-Liberals by design...Which do you choose?
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CPSU Sep 17
We could soon see Australia's visa system handed over to one of Scott Morrison's mates to be run for profit. Privatising our visa services is a huge risk to the community and threatens the jobs of 3000 people.
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Friday Night Death 9h
Long gone the days where principled individuals are elevated in either party. The slimey mechanisms reward only those who are willing to get grubby, tow the line, the reward of lobbyist $ after "honourable" service
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Emma Sep 18
Replying to @EmmaItsemma88
Everything about this is disgusting. I'm sure it's what the Tories want- of the . The worst part has to the this quote...
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Natalie Bennett Sep 16
People concerned about low wages, crowded schools & hospitals & housing crisis absolutely right, but these not caused by immigration but failed government policies: , , relying on the market to supply homes
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Lytton Sep 18
Replying to @sallymcmanus
Imagine the money problems and chaos if Governments were still running all these activities! They find it hard to run what’s left!
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Liverpool Naturopath 21h
This debacle is exactly what has been talking and warning about since 2011 as a consequence of increasing . If you value your children and family's you must support . is NOT the
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Samantha Ratnam Sep 18
has failed. It's time to bring essential services back into public hands, for the benefit of the community not corporations.
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Aaron Clarke Sep 17
When policing retracts from our High Street, and public will seek alternative security so they and their customers can feel safe nipping to the shops for milk.
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grace pettigrew Sep 19
Morrison is asked about public school funding .. we don't care about them! the States fund state schools! we only fund private schools! here's $4.5Billion, now vote for us! its always been like this! get real, go private, or get nothing! Hahaha
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Centre for Financial Accountability Sep 18
Replying to @cfa_ind
Further, the new bank lending to the same large borrowers, without recovering existing bad loans will only result in more loss for the bank. A clean balance sheet by the merger of banks is the first step towards .
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Devutopia Sep 19
Replying to @D_Raval
- Security firms stepping in for overstretched officers is another sign of how Britain is becoming more unequal
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Cllr Darren Fower 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Sep 11
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FOI Centric 11h
Corporate interference (political donations) have influenced push to privatisation. are poorer for it. Major parties at fault with much reform needed around government vs private participation in delivering essential services.
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Paula Gilligan 4h
Replying to @dublincycling @doccer
You would need timely information for consultation-the survey did not present us with the plan, least of all the of the orbital routes.
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Russell Darnley Sep 11
Privatizing natural monopolies always leads to problems. Power prices up, Sydney Airport chaos & massive new parking station money maker. Waiting to see if leasing of the NSW Land Titles Registry does anything more than increase the cost of land transactions?
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Janet Gunter Sep 15
So when one company sells you a train ticket on another company's service, and the service is cancelled who is responsible? Apparently nobody.
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Michael Tull Sep 17
It’s a very bad plan to give a corporation control of the nations visa processing...
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grace pettigrew 14h
yes, "vouchers" are instantly recognisable to anyone who has followed the vicious of public education in the US .. and we will any moves in Oz
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