Brekky Wrap: Another Trump Tweet Fail, And Brexit Chaos
All the news you need to know this Tuesday.
The federal government is set to unveil a new plan to give casual employees who’ve worked regular hours for 12 months the right to demand full or part-time work. The shake-up will stop casuals ‘double dipping’ on loading and entitlements.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has pulled a crucial vote to approve the Brexit deal, after admitting she would have lost. May will go back to Brussels and ask for changes. The Northern Ireland border plan is the sticking point.
US President Donald Trump has misspelled "smocking" -- he meant "smoking" -- twice in a tweet about the investigation into Russian collusion in the US election. “Democrats can’t find a Smocking Gun tying the Trump campaign to Russia," he said. People on Twitter took no time to mock the 'smocking' comment, some of them coming up with hilarious responses to the President's spelling faux pas.
NRL star Dylan Walker will front court on Tuesday charged over an alleged domestic violence related assault on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. The 24-year-old Manly Sea Eagles player is accused of leaving his fiancé with cuts to her shoulder, leg and feet.
Egyptian authorities are investigating a video that appears to show a couple posing naked on one of the ancient pyramids at Giza. The video was posted to Youtube by Danish photographer Andreas Hvid and appears to show a woman, with her face blurred, climbing the structure at night. In one of the last shots in the video, the woman appears to remove her top and pose in her underwear. The vision has caused outrage in the conservative Muslim country and authorities are investigating if the video is real.
The cost of Malcolm Turnbull’s axing has been revealed. Taxpayers forked out more than $4.5 million for the redundancy packages of almost 100 staff.
The Greens want to scrap university and TAFE fees and increase funding by 10 percent. The party says the $ 22.5 billion package would transform education in Australia.
New figures reveal the average petrol price in Australia is on the rise, despite a fall in the wholesale price. The gap between the two blew out to 24.7 cents a litre last week, the highest margin since monitoring began.
Australia only has a handful of days to regroup before the second cricket test against India begins in Perth on Friday. The Australians lost by 31 runs in Adelaide on Monday.
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