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Sky News Australia | youtube.com The Premier of Canadian province of Alberta – Jason Kenney – has announced his government is filing a court challenge against Justin Trudeau for invoking the “unjustified” Emergencies Act last week. Related:
Sky News Australia | youtube.com Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau must go and his government “should fall” amid a list of “absolutely criminal” things the government is doing, says author Douglas Murray.
As a former ITV & Sky News Boss, Mark Sharman explains to former BBC & ITV reporter Anna Brees how the mainstream media has lost its moral compass – through focusing so heavily on the government narrative it has failed … Continue reading →
After being released from our YouTube suspension, join Digital Editor Jack Houghton as he takes you through some of the moments on Sky News Australia from this week that Silicon Valley stopped you from seeing.
Sky News Australia | youtube.com Sky News host Alan Jones says the “total removal” of freedoms and subjugation of people by governments have reached “pandemic proportions”.
Sky News Australia | youtube.com Sky News host Alan Jones says New South Wales politicians have been granted almost $1 million a year “worth of extra work perks” all while “thousands are in lockdown and forced out of work”.
Sky News Australia | youtube.com Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says the federal government is urging- behind the scenes- for Gladys Berejiklian to go “even harder with her lockdown”.
Sky News Australia | youtube.com Sky News host Alan Jones says Premier Gladys Berejiklian and her Cabinet have completely “lost control of reality” after “boasting” about the number of financial support applications Service NSW has processed.
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Sky News Homeowners could be forced to pay for eco-friendly renovations when they want to make simple household repairs under plans being considered by the Government. The scheme would affect people installing windows, boilers or even conservatories in what has … Continue reading →