Inequality Bites: Supermarket Sweep
Nearly $20 billion in JobKeeper cash – or $2000 for every Aussie household – went to companies with rising revenue.
While Aussie households struggle to keep up with cost of living increases, Scott Morrison and Josh Frydenberg’s sloppiness has seen billions of taxpayer dollars go to companies that didn’t need it.
You just can’t trust the Liberals with your money.
Another Day, Another Dollar
Cuts to penalty rates add up - it can cost someone who typically already earns less than the average worker up to $1,400 a year.
That’s why, in our first 100 days in government, a Shorten Labor Government would restore Sunday and public holiday penalty rates for 700,000 workers.
How Tall is Your Money?
Inequality is at a 75-year high with wages growing three times as fast for the top 10th as for the bottom 10th.
Can we still call Australia a fair country when we have so much wealth moving from the battlers to the billionaires?Read more
Your Plane or Mine?
The private jet market has doubled over the past decade, while legroom on commercial flights has shrunk.
Less cash shouldn't mean poor treatment.Read more
Mind the Wealth Gap
Inequality, monopoly and beer - they have more in common than you think.Read more
Smile, You're Rich!
You might not have expected to find inequality in people’s smiles, but it’s there.Read more