How does the budget effect a single mum who doesn't work ? Is the payment still the same ?
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14-05-2014 21:32 #461
14-05-2014 21:44 #462
Liberal Party = betray all, RIP...
Well, it's betray some, but then it's not an anagram, is it?
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14-05-2014 21:44 #463
14-05-2014 21:54 #464
Going to the GP, emergency, having a blood test, xray, etc. Will cost $7 and obviously rise in the future. Medicine will also cost you more.
Fuel prices are set to increase which will have a devastating flow on effect. Grocery prices will soar, all goods and services will really. Everything will cost more.
Don't dare to try and better yourself through higher education as that is now set to become unaffordable for anyone not born into money.
In a nutshell, single parents are just one of the many subsections of the population to suffer immensely as a result of this budget. The future is definitely bleak!
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15-05-2014 00:25 #465
15-05-2014 05:14 #466-
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15-05-2014 05:42 #467
From the above article: OMG the man is a complete utter ****en ********!!!
“I don’t believe that they will try and completely frustrate the business of government because if there was an election again, hardly any of them would win their seats,’’ the Prime Minister told Sydney radio 2GB.
Mr Abbott was optimistic the Government could persuade minor party senators to support its reforms.
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15-05-2014 06:20 #468Senior Member
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Petitions won't sway the pollies unless you get a significant number in the millions
Labor won't forced a double dissolution ever since the kuffel with Whitlam
The States will go to a COAG and GST will be increased to 12%
15-05-2014 08:50 #469
Tony would rather that all us single mums know that we have no hope on our own and find a nice Christian average joe instead, rather than help us support ourselves in future.
15-05-2014 08:54 #470
So everything ... Great!!
Lucky I'm doing some short courses atm to help me get a job later
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