This week James and Pete talk about the successes of the IPA’s 2017 EOFY campaign, the Bachar Houli controversy and Tony Abbott’s speech to the IPA in Brisbane. Interview with IPA Research Fellow Gideon Rozner about his new report on the Fair Work Act and how it is one of the most unfair and unbalanced laws in Australia’s history (6:02-20:56) and Simon Breheny, IPA Policy Director and resident Uber driver, about the Fair Work Ombudsman investigation into Uber. We also have a Q&A clap about why referendums are actually bad, Jeremy Corbyn’s appearance at Glastonbury, John McEnroe’s big week and how we’re just one month away from the end of the world according to Prince Charles.
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