Barnaby Joyce has announced his resignation as Nationals leader and deputy prime minister of Australia after weeks of fallout over his affair with former staffer and now partner, Vikki Campion, who is pregnant with his child. Joyce saw his support diminish after the revelation on Thursday night that a sexual harassment complaint had been made against him to the country-based National party, the junior partner in the ruling Liberal-National Coalition.
Barnaby Joyce has announced his resignation as Nationals leader and deputy prime minister after weeks of fallout over his affair with former staffer and now partner, Vikki Campion, who is pregnant with his child. Joyce saw his support diminish after the revelation on Thursday night that a sexual harassment complaint had been made against him to the National party.
Labor will conduct a major review of tertiary education if elected and “wants prospective students to see Tafe and uni as equally attractive study options”. The party’s education spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek will make the announcement at a Tafe in Melbourne on Friday in a bid to “make sure Australians have access to the best post-secondary opportunities in the world”. “This will be the first time a national inquiry has put Tafe and unis on an equal footing,” she said ahead of the announcement.
@BevanShields@jamesmassola@Rob_Stott You say "go away" - but here I was criticising a formulation you didn't use, then you butted in, interpreting it as an attack on you. Where am I supposed to go that is safe from your eggshell skull? There is nowhere I can think of.
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