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  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) (6.29 p.m.) —It is very difficult to decide which way to go on this censure motion. If I understand the Leader of the Opposition (Mr Howard) correctly, the Prime Minister (Mr Keating) is the closest thing to a baby eater—a megalomaniac who basks in his own glory
    Date: 30/11/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-11-30/0067 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) (7.30 p.m.) —The media's tolerance of the latest piece of anti-Arab sentiment, that which emanates from the pen of visiting historian David Pryce-Jones, is rather instructive given the manner in which media commentators devoured that revisionist problem child Helen Demidenko. Members would be aware that Pryce-Jones, in
    Date: 28/11/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-11-28/0076 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) —I cannot let the response by the Prime Minister (Mr Keating) to my question on the City Link project go without a response. It is remarkable that the Prime Minister can talk about Jeff Kennett—not remarkable, because everything he says about Jeff Kennett is basically right—but he
    Date: 27/11/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-11-27/0036 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) (7.15 p.m.) —Last Monday in answer to a dorothy dixer about competition policy from Milton Friedman's love child, the member for Werriwa (Mr Latham), the Assistant Treasurer, the Hon. George Gear—who is probably his surrogate uncle—basked in the triumph of free market policies in the ALP. All
    Date: 27/11/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-11-27/0111 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) (7.39 p.m.) —The member for Scullin (Mr Jenkins) and the member for Melbourne Ports (Mr Holding) have raised in the House tonight a very important issue—the disastrous Kennett City Link project. Transurban's decision to sponsor the grand prix was the last straw, really. Mr Abbott —Are you
    Date: 22/11/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-11-22/0080 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) —No matter how often local ALP right-wing opportunists or our architectural aficionado P.J. Keating expresses indignation about Jeff Kennett's crooked City Link, it remains an indisputable fact that the Prime Minister's own government will provide tax concessions for infrastructure bonds floated to fund this tollway. In plain
    Date: 20/11/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-11-20/0028 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) (12.32 p.m.) —What a momentous occasion this is. Who would have thought that a federal Labor government—a government for the battlers and true believers—would be today moving a bill to sell the final 50.3 per cent of the Commonwealth Bank. Only yesterday the Minister for Communications and
    Date: 25/10/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-10-25/0034 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) —The Kennett government's latest act of urban vandalism—the Citylink freeway—probably ranks as its greatest act of arrogance and stupidity. In effect, this project will destroy any hope for a sophisticated public transport system in Melbourne. Those right-wingers in the federal government who support the privatising of public
    Date: 23/10/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-10-23/0027 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) (2.10 p.m.) —I move: That the bill be now read a second time. As I stated in my first reading speech, the Customs (Prohibited Imports) Regulations (Prevention of Child Labour) Bill is an attempt through the prohibition of goods made under such conditions to outlaw the practice
    Date: 16/10/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-10-16/0020 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) —You would not believe that in Melbourne we got some good news last week and you would not believe that it also came from the market—the old market that all you people here, all these tories that the member for McEwen (Mr Cleeland) was talking about, love.
    Date: 16/10/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-10-16/0031 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) (10.24 a.m.) —This is a very interesting debate that we are having here. Fancy the member for Fisher (Mr Slipper) and the member for Mackellar (Mrs Bishop) having the nerve to suggest that that was a real division; that they were dividing because they were opposed to
    Date: 28/09/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-09-28/0011 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) (7.38 p.m.) —What a nice touch it was to see the member for Kooyong (Mr Georgiou)—the electoral home of Jeff Kennett's egalitarian corporate mates—leading the coalition's outpouring of concern for ordinary workers. Of course, north of the Yarra we really appreciate those Toorak socialites and charity queens
    Date: 27/09/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-09-27/0096 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) (7.42 p.m.) —Recent statements by the Premier of Victoria, Jeff Kennett, concerning the involvement of the churches in the political life of Victoria deserve the greatest condemnation. If members of the federal coalition sit back and give their tacit support to these comments, they too deserve condemnation.
    Date: 19/09/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-09-19/0062 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) —It seems that the hypocrisy of some politicians in Victoria knows no bounds. On the weekend the ALP right wing machine was wheeled out into Brunswick to do a bit of crowing about its opposition to tollways, in particular the Kennett government's proposed toll on the Tullamarine
    Date: 18/09/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-09-18/0019 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr CLEARY (Wills) —Whenever the issue of tariffs is raised in this House the free traders extol the virtues of international competitiveness. Rarely do the proponents of free trade address the inequities or the export barriers that Australian manufacturers confront. I recently received a letter from a whitegoods producer in
    Date: 28/08/1995 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1995-08-28/0021 - Source: House of Reps

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