Doorstop – Parliament House, ACT

Topic(s): Labor’s pandemic spending; Religious Discrimination Bill; Commonwealth Integrity Commission; Press Club address;   Simon Birmingham: Good morning. Australia’s economy continues to show impressive credentials compared to the rest of the world, and for Australians, what is the real benefit of our economic strength are the record job numbers. Unemployment at 4.2 per cent, a 13…

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CH 7 – Sunrise with Natalie Barr

Topic(s): Jenkins Report; Religious Discrimination Bill; Natalie Barr:  Finance Minister Simon Birmingham joins me now. Morning to you.   Simon Birmingham: Morning, Nat.   Natalie Barr: You’ve led the government’s response to the Jenkins review into parliamentary culture. It was a significant step yesterday, but when will we see some practical action?   Simon Birmingham: So indeed, the acknowledgement…

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Sky News Live – First Edition with Peter Stefanovic

Topic(s): Religious Discrimination Bill; Labor’s pandemic spending; Richard Colbeck Peter Stefanovic: Joining us live is the finance minister, Simon Birmingham. Minister, good to see you.   Simon Birmingham: Good morning.   Peter Stefanovic: Thanks for your time this morning. So broad support for religious discrimination so far within your party, but some in the Coalition have called it…

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CH 9 – The Today Show

Topic(s): Victoria international visitor vaccine requirement; Labor’s pandemic spending; Statement of Acknowledgement – Jenkins Report Karl Stefanovic: Welcome back, Daniel Andrews is being accused of holding the country to ransom after demanding international travellers must be triple vax to move freely around Victoria.   Allison Langdon: Finance Minister Simon Birmingham joins us now. Birmo, nice to see you…

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ABC Radio – RN Breakfast with Patricia Karvelas

Topic(s): Statement of Acknowledgement – Jenkins Report; Religious Discrimination Bill; Commonwealth Integrity Commission; Economy Patricia Karvelas: Federal Parliament will today deliver a Statement of Acknowledgement to the victims of bullying, sexual harassment and sexual assault that have occurred throughout the building. The statement will mark a brief return of parliament before the country heads to an…

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CH 9 – Weekend Today

Topics: Barnaby Joyce; Aged care; International Borders 06/02/2022 09:05AM AEST   Jayne Azzopardi: Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce will be ordered to lift his game by angry Nationals MPs at a party room meeting tomorrow after the release of his text messages labelling the Prime Minister a “hypocrite and a liar”. Joining us to discuss, Finance Minister Simon Birmingham and Shadow Treasurer Jim…

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