Interview on Sky News with Kieran Gilbert and Laura Jayes

Subjects:Steve Dickson; Preferences; Child care wages EO&E………………………………………………………… GILBERT: Government spokesman, Simon Birmingham, thanks very much for your time. Minister let’s start with this reaction from Pauline Hanson, the fact that Dickson has resigned, what are your thoughts on that, particularly at a time when  the Deputy Prime Minister is out there saying that you know…

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Interview on ABC News Breakfast with Michael Rowland

Subjects: Labor’s taxes, leader’s debate, preferences EO&E………………………………………………………… MICHAEL ROWLAND: …Minister Simon Birmingham, Simon Birmingham good morning to you. SIMON BIRMINGHAM: Good morning Michael. MICHAEL ROWLAND: Yes the polls are tight and still very much within the margin of error, Labor 51 to the Liberal party 49 per cent, that would still see a loss of…

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Interview on ABC 891 Adelaide

Subjects: Child care policies, preferences EO&E………………………………………………………… SIMON BIRMINGHAM: We have acted David, in fact the last CPI results shows that the results of reforms we have put in place in July last year, out of pocket expenses for Australian families on child care, are down around 9 per cent, now that’s down around 9 per…

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Doorstop interview, Adelaide

Subjects: Labor’s childcare policy; dental subsidies for pensioners; migration intake; preference allocation; Clive Palmer; Julia Banks. EO&E………………………………………………………… SIMON BIRMINGHAM: Thanks so much for coming along today. With the Labor Party, there are so often promises to spend spend spend, but the consequence is Australians pay higher tax, it’s a tax tax tax equation from Labor.…

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Interview on the Today Show with Deborah Knight

Subjects: domestic violence funding; UAP preferences; EO&E………………………………………………………… DEB KNIGHT, THE TODAY SHOW: And Easter cease fires in campaigning, with Labor today promising big spending, to end violence against women. Joining me now is Labor’s Anthony Albanese from Melbourne, and the Coalition’s Simon Birmingham is in Canberra for us this morning. Good Morning to you both.…

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Interview on SKY News with Tom Connell

Subjects: Get Up advertising; wages; Coalition tax reform policy; veterans package; water buyback; Murray Darling Basin; Clive Palmer. EO&E………………………………………………………… TOM CONNELL: Coalition spokesperson as well during this campaign, thanks very much for your time. Let’s do start quickly on that ad clearly in pretty poor taste not even really a very good imitation I don’t…

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Interview on ABC AM with Sabra Lane

Subjects: ANZAC Day; veterans; Turkey and Gallipoli; water buy-backs EO&E………………………………………………………… SABRA LANE:   Senator welcome back to AM. What can you tell us about reports that Turkish nationals will be banned from attending Australian Anzac services on the Gallipoli Peninsula, apparently because of security concerns for example? SIMON BIRMINGHAM: Well good morning Sabra. My understanding…

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Interview on Sky with Annelise Nielsen

Subjects: Election, Bill Shorten, South Australia,   EO&E………………………………………………………… Annelise Nielsen: Senator Simon Birmingham thanks for joining us Simon Birmingham: Great to be with you Annelise Nielsen: It’s nice to know that I’m not completely banned from talking to MP’s on the bus. Simon Birmingham: Here we are on the bus touring around suburban Adelaide. Annelise…

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Interview with David Penberthy and Will Goodings on FIVEaa

Subjects: $100 million Australian Business Growth Fund; Labor Party’s $387 billion in extra taxes EO&E………………………………………………………… JOURNALIST: Senator Birmingham with us in the FIVEaa breakfast studio, Senator, good morning. SIMON BIRMINGHAM: G’day, great to be with you. JOURNALIST: Prime Minister in town, are you going to make an economic announcement today? SIMON BIRMINGHAM: PM is in…

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Interview with Ali Carabine on RN Breakfast

Subjects: Sri Lanka attacks; Water buybacks; Great Barrier Reef Foundation EO&E………………………………………………………… ALI CARABINE: Simon Birmingham, Good Morning.   SIMON BIRMINGHAM: Good morning Ali. ALI CARABINE: If I could first ask you about Sri Lanka, the death toll has now topped 200 including 35 foreigners, have any Australians been killed or injured in these attacks, what’s…

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