Australia’s unemployment rate hit its highest level in two decades last month, official data showed Thursday, as hundreds-of-thousands more people lost their jobs because of pandemic-induced shutdowns.
It’s going to be a long, tough road out of this crisis but Australia is doing better than many other countries and we’re heading in the right direction. Our government is going to continue to do everything it can to ensure Australia bounces back stronger on the other side. https://t.co/bYALUkPfYJ— Scott Morrison (@ScottMorrisonMP) June 11, 2020
The Liberals and Nationals are using the cover of the pandemic to cut public services.— Anthony Albanese (@AlboMP) June 16, 2020
For the 13th time in 3 days, they’ve shut down debate on their plan to cut postal deliveries in half.
They think they can get away with it. But we won’t be quiet. pic.twitter.com/yP8RDXgtPo
Older Australians have been doing it tough during the #COVID19 pandemic & the Morrison Government is committed to helping seniors get through this crisis:— Josh Frydenberg (@JoshFrydenberg) June 16, 2020
✔️$750 cash payments supporting 2 million+ pensioners
✔️Reducing drawdown rates by 50%
✔️Reducing deeming rates by 0.75% pic.twitter.com/PbxxXbmy0o