Terri Butler MP will be hosting a post-Budget Politics in the Pub next Friday evening for locals to hear what the Budget will mean for them.
“Scott Morrison has handed down a Budget that could only come from a government that’s completely out of touch” Ms Butler said.
“Mr Turnbull has steadfastly refused to reverse his $2.2 billion cuts to university funding, his $17 billion cuts to schools funding, or his $80 billion tax cuts for multinationals and millionaires.
“This government isn’t working well for Queenslanders, and continues to pursue policies that harm young people, families, and communities.
“That’s why I’m hosting a Politics in the Pub next Friday night – so Southsiders can hear what this Budget will mean for them.
“I am pleased that Sam Pidgeon, Vice President of the Queensland Teachers’ Union, and Mark Pace, President of the National Union of Students, have agreed to join me for this event.
“Sam and Mark are both committed activists who are passionate about eliminating inequality and ensuring that all Australians have access to quality services,” Terri Butler said.
The Politics in the Pub will be at the Stones Corner Hotel, 346 Logan Rd, Stones Corner, at 6pm on Friday 18 May.
THURSDAY, 10 MAY 2018