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Luke Henriques-Gomes Sep 18
Quite a development in the saga: The government lost 76 cases where the AAT said the debts weren't legally enforceable, Gordon Legal says. It never appealed – and the decisions weren't made public.
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Bill Shorten Sep 18
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Kevin Rudd Sep 18
Morrison negligence & cruelty on scandal. Zero accountability.Same on Aged Care scandal on nursing homes’ Covid prep. Same on Murray Darling scandal on water buy-backs.Same on Barrier Reef contract scandal.Silence from Murdoch’s protection racket
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Former Senate candidate 2016, political commentary Sep 18
is a window into this govt's hypocrisy. It's okay for them to send $80,000,000 to a Cayman Island shell corporation for imaginary water and no transparency while expecting people with no means to keep forensic records of employment for up to a decade. The gall of it.
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Bruce Haigh Sep 18
With and the federal LNP government has demonstrated calculated cruelty toward the most vulnerable in our community. To achieve their 'ends' they have broken the law. They are bringing the same mindset to climate change, China, Covid and universities.
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Adam Curlis Sep 18
The program cause untold financial & emotional distress for thousands of vulnerable Australians. The Fed Govt knew it was not legally enforceable back in Jan 2017.
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Former Senate candidate 2016, political commentary Sep 18
Not only was the government warned 76 times that was illegal they knew it was killing vulnerable people. They knew 2030 people had died after being issued a debt. They knew there were many suicides linked to the program. Yet they still were unrelenting. A dastardly tale
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David Marler Sep 18
Alan Tudge in the frame. The federal government was warned 76 times by a tribunal that Centrelink robodebts were not legally enforceable, according to court documents.
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😷Champagne Dame of Oz 🥂 Sep 18
Replying to @Asher_Wolf
There are people who are now aware of this injustice while you and others have been shouting about for years; thanks for your advocacy
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NotMyDebt Sep 18
These 76 decisions exist because ordinary Australians challenged their . Because they got a review by an Authorised Review Officer; and when they weren’t satisfied it was fair they didn’t give up.
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💧Aaron Dodd Sep 18
. should resign over this. He knowingly implemented an unlawful system that drove many to suicide. He won't though because he is a man without morals or honour.
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💧Gaye Crispin Sep 18
Replying to @slpng_giants_oz
"do you ever lose sleep over the deceased victims of and , or the 2 little girls on ?
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💧Lorde de Voterati Sep 18
Today's must-read piece by . THEY KNEW was invalid & unlawful. THEY KNEW they were causing extreme harms. THEY ALL KNEW ALL ALONG - back to mid-2015! THEY DOUBLED-DOWN on their extortion racket & stacked the Tribunal. Meanwhile the Ombo squibbed their remit.
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Ruperts Conscience Sep 18
Replying to @AlanTudgeMP
Apologise you grub. You knew it was illegal.
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Cat Perry ♿️ Sep 18
Ignoring illegality 76 times is proof of the government's INTENT, in my opinion. They keep telling us who they are. We need to listen.
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C h r i s 🏳️‍🌈 I stand with Dan 🐨😷🌎 Sep 18
Govt warned 76 times that was illegal! They knew and didn't care because it served them politically! If it was legal, ethical or moral they wouldn't have bothered. Pigs!
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Eric of Berwick Sep 18
Robo debt,how you sleeping now Tudge.Add to the list,Taylor,Joyce,Cash,Sukkar,Hazzard and the list goes on and many of these would still be employed if they worked outside the Canberra “bubble”
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We must save Koalas from extinction 15h
Replying to @GuardianAus
Wasn't he also responsible for the unlawful ?
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💧Vince Mahon Sep 18
Replying to @lukehgomes
Former AAT Member Terry Carney not reappointed for ruling unlawful stated 👇 AAT operates on a two tier process. At the 1st stage, cases are heard in private & no reasons given. Govt didn’t appeal as unlawfulness w/b publicly revealed.
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Henry The Sinistral Whisperer Sep 18
The true horror of minus the right wing commentary👇🏼
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