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Scott Morrison’s ‘Job Creation’ Fantasy Is Just That… Fantasy

The Turnbull Government brags about strong employment growth. Ian McAuley points out that it will not be sustained unless we properly fund education, health care and other government services. Like a Kommissar for Employment in a Stalinist centrally-planned economy, Treasurer Scott Morrison prattles on about the jobs the Coalition Government has “created”. Since the Turnbull [.
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