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Scott Morrison’s performance today in Question Time showed that he is shamelessly proud of his nuclear-level rorting of the Urban Congestion Fund. In response to questions on pork-barrelling in the Liberal seat of Boothby, Higgins, Deakin and La Trobe, Scott Morrison proved that there isn’t a taxpayer-funded program he won’t use for his own political
E&OE TRANSCRIPTTELEVISION INTERVIEWSKY NEWS AM AGENDAMONDAY, 24 FEBRUARY 2020 SUBJECTS: Urban Congestion Fund; Climate Change.  ANNELISE NEILSEN: Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development, Catherine King, thank you for your time. CATHERINE KING, SHADOW MINISTER FOR INFRASTRUCTURE, TRANSPORT AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT:  Thanks for having me. NEILSEN: Now you’re speaking today about the Urban Infrastructure Fund,
E&OE TRANSCRIPTDOORSTOP INTERVIEWPARLIAMENT HOUSE, CANBERRAMONDAY, 24 FEBRUARY 2020 SUBJECTS: Urban Congestion Fund; Climate Change; Bettina Arndt.  CATHERINE KING, SHADOW MINISTER FOR INFRASTRUCTURE, TRANSPORT AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT:  Thanks. Well, we saw on the weekend that Scott Morrison has now taken his rorts to the streets with reports that out of the 160 projects that were announced out of the
E&OE TRANSCRIPTRADIO INTERVIEWALAN JONES BREAKFAST SHOWMONDAY, 24 FEBRUARY 2020  SUBJECTS: Train Derailment, Condition of Victoria’s North East Railway Line.  ALAN JONES: Shadow Minister for Infrastructure and Member for Ballarat, Catherine King, good morning. CATHERINE KING, SHADOW MINISTER FOR INFRASTRUCTURE, TRANSPORT AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT:  Good morning Alan. JONES: You were briefed on this over the weekend.
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