Albanese does not 'give a toss' about jobs, he is 'only worried about his job': Peter Dutton | Sky News Australia

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Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese is not talking about 2030 targets “because that would mean he’s got to have a debate about whether he supports coal or not”.

Albanese does not 'give a toss' about jobs, he is 'only worried about his job': Peter Dutton Mr Dutton said Labor’s 2050 zero-net emissions target has caused a “complete split within the caucus of the Labor Party”.

He told Sky News host Paul Murray Labor always finds a way to “destroy the budget and the economy”. Mr Albanese does not “give a toss” about jobs, but is “only really worried about his own job,” he said. “He’s got a worse read of politics and the mood of the Australian public than even bill shorten”. Image: News Corp Australia

 

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No Liberal has credibility after this from its leader. 'Scott Morrison says he’s happy to work with the New South Wales government on its ambition to hit net zero emissions by 2050..'

LNP 2030 Target = 51% LNP 2050 Target = Net Zero ALP 2030 Target = 50% ALP 2050 Target = Net Zero Report the fkn truth for a change you useless fks. ThisisNotJournalism FuckSkyNews auspol

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