Federal Opposition Leader calls for wage subsidies to be reintroduced | 7NEWS

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Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has called for wage subsidies to be reintroduced as 14 million Australians remain under COVID lockdown.

“Scott Morrison said it was a dangerous idea. But this is a government that’s always strong against the weak, and weak against the strong.”

The Prime Minister is adamant weekly disaster payments of between $375 and $600 will provide rapid support to people suffering hardship during outbreaks.

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