Fiona thought this should be the next thread starter. I hope you agree.
What mind-bending hypocrisy! One day the federal Libs are whinging about having to go into quarantine, the next they are planning fundraisers starring the PM’s mate Ben Morton.
Would it be nasty to hope they all catch The Plague?
Liberal party plans three $2,500-a-head fundraising events in Canberra amid Covid risk
Attendees told social distancing will be in force and plans may change if crisis deteriorates
The Liberal party is attempting to organise at least three fundraising events in Canberra to coincide with the looming resumption of parliament, despite prior health advice warning of the heightened Covid-19 risk posed by sitting periods.
Guardian Australia understands that the party’s Western Australian division is organising three separate Liberal party fundraising dinners featuring the prime minister’s assistant minister, Ben Morton, for the two-week sitting period starting 24 August.
The events are planned for 25 August, 26 August and 2 September, and are advertised as featuring appearances from Paul Fletcher, the communications minister, Simon Birmingham, the trade minister, and Anne Ruston, the social services minister, respectively.
Attendees are being asked to pay $2,500 a head, and told that social distancing will be in force and that the plans may change if the Covid-19 crisis deteriorates further.
The party’s decision to plan fundraising events in Canberra sits uncomfortably with previous health advice about sitting periods
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I wish we could see this sort of fighting spirit from Labor.
The above pdf link is great background reading, few within the media will write this way about how arbitrary editorial leanings are or how things really work at a petty level the way Mayne does here, even as history.
An Australian living in Japan that I follow for his reviews of audio gear gives his ‘outsider’ observations on covid 19 and Japan.
Sorry for the late time of posting but here in realtime it’s only 8:30 pm.
Stephen Colbert –
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