Industrial Relations changes the only way to deliver wage subsidies in 'Dunkirk moment' for parliament: Christian Porter

Doug Dingwall
By Doug Dingwall
Updated April 6 2020 - 11:37am, first published 1:30am
Industrial Relations Minister Christian Porter. Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong

Industrial Relations Minister Christian Porter has invoked World War II in a scrap with Labor and unions over workplace law changes the government says are needed to deliver $130 billion in wage subsidies.

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Doug Dingwall

Doug Dingwall

Public Service Editor

Doug Dingwall is The Canberra Times' Public Service Editor. He writes about government and federal politics, and edits The Public Sector Informant. He has an interest in integrity and industrial relations. Previously he worked at The Examiner in Launceston, where he won a Tasmanian Human Rights Award in 2016 for his reporting. Contact him on doug.dingwall@canberratimes.com.au

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