The Australian Greens Leader, Senator Christine Milne, addresses the senate on carbon price repeal. She argues that what Tony Abbott and his government is doing is not leadership - it's intergenerational theft.
The senate has already rejected this bill once, but because the coal lobby continues to call the shots in this place, here we are again.
Only this Government would bring down the harshest and most unfair budget in living memory, and simultaneously give a tax break to the big mining companies. We've got one chance to make sure that the nation gets a share of the windfall profits being made by the 80% foreign-owned multinationals.
The Australian Greens Leader, Senator Christine Milne, asks the Minister representing the Prime Minister in the Senate, to explain the discrepancy between the treasury modelling and the Abbott Government's projected savings from repealing our price on pollution.
The Australian Greens Leader, Senator Christine Milne, uses question time in the Senate to ask the Minister representing the Prime Minister to clarify the new regulations and penalties proposed by the Palmer United Party (aka. the yellow tape) attached to the repeal of Australia's price on pollution.