Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is the savour of the trade union movement, apparently. Indeed, it looks like Turnbull is laying out the groundwork and strategy for an early election in the new year.
In this abbreviated New Year’s Eve episode of The 9pm Edict, there’s talk of Soapy’s bookshelves, alcohol, and not a lot else, really.
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- PM responds to trade union royal commission’s final report, ABC News, 30 December 2015.
- Jamie Briggs and Mal Brough’s departure clears reshuffle ground for Turnbull, Australian Financial Review, 29 December 2015.
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[Photo: PM Malcolm Turnbull responds to trade union royal commission s final report, courtesy ABC News.]