Last quote by Bill Shorten
Is it really just going to be $2bn or will the cost to Australians be much higher? Have we got all the technical solutions worked out? How long will this measure take? Is it five years or 10 years? Is this just a feasibility plan for an unfunded scheme which will take the best part of a decade to come to fruition?
Mar 16 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Bill Shorten is associated, including Turnbull, Australia, and representative. Most recently, Bill Shorten has been quoted saying: “Like so many of Mr Turnbull's ideas, it asks more questions than it answers.” in the article Malcolm Turnbull says Snowy Hydro plan will outdo South Australian battery storage.
Quotes by Bill Shorten
Mar 16 2017
Like so many of Mr Turnbull's ideas, it asks more questions than it answers.
Feb 02 2017
Mr Turnbull needs to confirm or deny the accuracy of that report.
Aug 10 2016
If I have to make a choice between keeping Ian Narev or keeping the Australian people and the Australian economy improving, I will choose the Australian people and the Australian economy every time.
Jul 02 2016
Whatever happens next week, Mr. Turnbull will never be able to claim that the people of Australia have adopted his ideological agenda. He will never again be able to promise the stability which he has completely failed to deliver tonight.
May 27 2016
I think Donald Trump's views are just barking mad on some issues. Some people in America feel that politics doesn't speak to their lives and Trump is the ultimate protest vote.
May 20 2016
He is going after whistleblowers and he is smearing his political opponents. The public have a right to know the truth and whistleblowers have a right to protection.
Mar 07 2016
Last night was an historic night. The Labor party is most certainly back.
Oct 07 2015
They've made it clear, with the representatives they have selected, that they expect us to work together.
Oct 30 2011
We are pleased that after 24 hours of turmoil common sense will be restored to the aviation (and) tourism sectors of Australia. We believe now that Qantas and the unions should focus – and we trust that they will focus – on getting flying as soon as they possibly can.
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