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Unions cleaner than developers

On the ABC breakfast show this morning (Tuesday April 5) we had prime minister Malcolm Turnbull and his minister Michaelia Cash giving the unions a serve and running them down to the lowest – I am afraid that he is on the wrong tangent.

Why don’t this lot start up criticism of the developers and show how crooked they are and show the public the deals that they have been involved in to get this building development to the stage that it is at? You know, ‘you scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours.’ Tell us how many diners and drinks that the two parties have had prior to the negotiations being completed. T

he NSW ICAC was stacked full of political corruption, with 11 politicians being brought to book.

To complete the scenario we had a Liberal-appointed judge to head the Royal Commission into the Unions – pretty lop-sided appointment don’t you think?

Now we have the Panama Papers, I wonder if the PM will feature amongst those nominated as being involved? You have a lot to answer for PM.

Bruce Apps, Townsend


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