The Business Council says cuts to disability services and foreign aid should be considered as alternatives to the flood levy.Read on and you'll even find the word "incentivised". Now I haven't heard that one for a while!
...in its pre-budget submission, the Business Council, which represents Australia's top 100 companies, says the government should instead press ahead with returning the budget to surplus through short-term spending discipline.
Council president Graham Bradley says all current spending should be reviewed and disability pensions may not be the best use of government money.
Monday, 14 February 2011
Posted by Island View at 9:13 am
It's good to see that the Business Council is acting according to script. The ABC reports today that the BC (an appropriate abbreviation really) is calling for cuts to disability pensions and oversees aid to fund disaster recovery. Of course no suggestion of any cuts to business welfare:
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