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Australia Politics Live: Qantas Plays ‘hardball’ On Workplace Relations, Shorten Says; Karen Andrews Makes Emotional Speech On Domestic Violence

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Liberal MP recounts her experience of family violence

Liberal MP Karen Andrews gave a very emotional speech in the chamber this morning while addressing the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, as she recounted her experience of watching someone she cared for, go through a violent situation:

We all know many of these victims. And unfortunately, I’m one of the people who has had to wait for text messages to come in and phone messages to come through and the phone calls are much worse, wondering if someone that you love is still alive.

In the time that I have lived in this place however long it might be, I will dedicate myself to working to stop this violence. I’m really sorry.

For those people who have no experience you have idea what it’s like and for the people who sit innocently on the side, and as I said wait for that call waiting to hear if someone they love is OK, it is traumatic.

And when you’re there at night and the phone rings, you wonder what you’re going to hear.

It is a terribly traumatic experience.

But for all the things that I have experienced, there are many other people who have been on the frontline and have experienced it themselves.

And for those people, I will dedicate my time left in this place to try to support you.

Andrews went on to speak on the global shift which needed to take place to end violence against women and children. She also spoke of the need to help educate people on consent and pledged her bipartisan support with the government on working on addressing all the issues around violence against women.

We are straight into it again today, with Sussan Ley asking Julie Collins:

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Under Labor’s industrial relations agenda which the minister has confirmed not a single small business in this country supports, a coffee shop with less than 15 employees is exempt from compulsory multi-employer bargaining. If that small business operates over three sites with 7 employees at each, can that small business be compelled into multi-employer bargaining?

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Collins:

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As I have said in this place we are continuing to consult and talk to small businesses as we negotiate getting the industrial relations legislation through this Parliament. When it comes to the size of small business, she would have seen the recommendations from the Senate committee yesterday. We’re having a look at those. We are actually talking to people about what they might mean. Indeed, as she would also know if she’s read the bill, there are several thresholds that need to be met for the single interest bargaining scheme. One is the number of employees. Of course the others are that the Fair Work Commission needs to be satisfied that employers have a clearly identified common interest and that the bargain is not contrary to the public interest. That threshold needs to be met. We want to see businesses competing on quality on innovation, product and services.

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Sussan Ley tries a point of order, but Milton Dick sits her down.

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And then Collins, who has been the target of these questions for the last couple of days seems to have had her fill:

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If the shadow minister would listen carefully there are actually thresholds that need to be met. It’s not just the number of employees.

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It needs to be also that they need to want to bargain.

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…She needs to understand it is not as straightforward as she wants to say.

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He also needs to understand as I have a said clearly in this place over 2 million small businesses will be unaffected, over 2 million, 90 per cent of all businesses.

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The shadow minister over there has been out trying to whip out conflict and confusion about this, right?

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She needs to be careful.

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The shadow minister said this morning that the whole bill is terrible. Does she really think as a shadow minister that acting on sexual harassment in the workplace is terrible. Is that what she really thinks?

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Does she really think…is that what she really thinks? Does she really think that making adjustments to the better off overall test that businesses have asked for, is terrible? If that is what she thinks small businesses deserve better than what the shadow minister is giving them.

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Senator Jacqui Lambie says she been moved by the BoM and CSIRO report into Australia’s climate. She wants a committee set up to see how prepared Australia is to deal with the coming natural disasters:

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I’m not surprised the report says weather events are getting worse because of climate change. Everyone in Australia knows that we’re having more and more floods. Bushfire season is stretching out longer every year.

This is why I’m setting up a Senate committee into Australia’s Disaster Resilience. We need to get a plan in place now to deal with these events. We can’t keep calling in the army to help. That’s not what they’re there for and it’s stretching their capacity to protect our national security.

A committee will hear from people across the country. It’ll ask them about the best way to look after our communities before and after weather events hit.

I’m optimistic we can get this committee up by end of the sitting fortnight. Time to get our skates on and get this moving.

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Could Australia get a lower voting age?

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Paul Karp has had a chat to the Kooyong independent, Monique Ryan, about the proposal:

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Independent MP Monique Ryan and the Greens will both renew a push to lower the voting age in Australia in the new year.

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Ryan has said she will introduce a private member’s bill, to require 16 and 17-year-olds to vote but without the threat of fines, or work with the Greens, which have a bill in the Senate to extend the franchise with voluntary voting.

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The move follows a New Zealand court ruling that the current voting age of 18 is discriminatory, which has prompted New Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, to green-light a parliamentary debate on lowering the voting age.

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In an encouraging sign for those agitating about the issue in Australia, the special minister of state, Don Farrell, said the government had “never ruled out” lowering the voting age.

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Anthony Albanese is reportedly meeting with Qantas boss Alan Joyce today, while the IR legislation negotiations continue.

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Bill Shorten was asked about the meeting on ABC RN Breakfast this morning and said he was “unaware of the discussion” so couldn’t speak on that, but in general:

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Qantas is a national carrier and there’s many things that they do well, but it’s a matter of record that even before I entered parliament I used to represent Qantas engineers.

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Qantas play hardball on workplace relations. They’re entitled to their opinion and during Covid they’ve been doing remarkable things.

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But when it comes to workplace relations, my electorate covers Melbourne airport, I have a lot of airline people who live in my electorate. I don’t agree that when Qantas was laying off staff it was doing the right thing.

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So Qantas has always had a particular point of view on workplace relations. They’ve never hidden it. But, you know, I’m going to leave Qantas to run an airline, but I don’t want them in charge of the wages system of this country.

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Liberal MP Karen Andrews gave a very emotional speech in the chamber this morning while addressing the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, as she recounted her experience of watching someone she cared for, go through a violent situation:

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We all know many of these victims. And unfortunately, I’m one of the people who has had to wait for text messages to come in and phone messages to come through and the phone calls are much worse, wondering if someone that you love is still alive.

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In the time that I have lived in this place however long it might be, I will dedicate myself to working to stop this violence. I’m really sorry.

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For those people who have no experience you have idea what it’s like and for the people who sit innocently on the side, and as I said wait for that call waiting to hear if someone they love is OK, it is traumatic.

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And when you’re there at night and the phone rings, you wonder what you’re going to hear.

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It is a terribly traumatic experience.

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But for all the things that I have experienced, there are many other people who have been on the frontline and have experienced it themselves.

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And for those people, I will dedicate my time left in this place to try to support you.

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Andrews went on to speak on the global shift which needed to take place to end violence against women and children. She also spoke of the need to help educate people on consent and pledged her bipartisan support with the government on working on addressing all the issues around violence against women.

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Queensland Greens senator Penny Allman-Payne was not having ANY OF IT in the Senate a little earlier today:

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I rise to speak on the Australian Education Legislation Amendment Children Bill 2020. I feel like I’m uniquely placed to speak to this bill. I’ve been a state secondary school teacher for nearly 30 years. I started out my career as a health and physical education teacher, and I also taught sexuality, human relationships and sexual education. I’m also qualified to teach secondary school science as well as humanities. When I left the department, I was a head of humanities and languages.

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This bill seeks to put restraints on what teachers of health and physical education and sexual education, science and humanities can teach in their classes. It’s not about balance. It’s about hate and propaganda. We, as teachers, teach to the curriculum that we are provided. It is a curriculum that is grounded in truth and science. We don’t cherrypick the bits of science that we agree with or disagree with. We don’t cherrypick the bits of history that we like … And we don’t discriminate against the children who are in front of us in our classes.

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During this debate, I’ve watched people on the other side of the chamber laughing when we’ve spoken about education around students’ gender. I invite you to come into a school and sit in front of a student who has made several attempts on their life because they have been subject to hate and transphobia. How dare you use our young people as political footballs. They are not wanting anything except to be accepted for who they are. We teach a curriculum that is grounded in human rights and science.

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Young people are generous of spirit, they are accepting of others and they care about the planet and their future. They are critical thinkers and they are problem solvers and they deserve an education that is grounded in truth and justice and human rights. They deserve and education that is grounded in science. It is not teachers in schools who are attempting to indoctrinate our young people, a profession that works hard to give every young person in this country the positive future that they deserve, it is the people on the other side of this chamber who are seeking to indoctrinate their hateful and bigoted views in our schools.

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I will not subject young people in this country to your bigotry and hate. I will stand up every time my see it and the Greens will call it out.

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This bill isn’t about critical thinking. This bill is about legislating a far-right curriculum. And individual senators and parties interfering in what is taught in our schools instead of leaving it to the education experts is a very slippery slope. In the US we see some states banning teachers from teaching about racism or sexuality and some are even banning books. This bill is dangerous, and as a teacher with over 30 years experience in our schools, it is an injustice to the young people in our schools and it is an insult to teachers.

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