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Australia Jacqui Lambie: 'C'mon release the damn sports report'

03:30  27 february  2020
03:30  27 february  2020 Source:   skynews.com.au

Senator Jacqui Lambie calls for Australians to 'trust' her on Q+A after calling out Morrison Government over sports rorts

  Senator Jacqui Lambie calls for Australians to 'trust' her on Q+A after calling out Morrison Government over sports rorts Just 21 per cent of Australians trust members of Federal Parliament, and while Senator Jacqui Lambie backs that statistic she also wants Australians to trust her over secret deals. But Senator Lambie then came under fire herself from an audience member for voting with the Government against the Medevac bill, which could allow refugees potentially lifesaving treatment.The audience member accused the Senator of being "sucked into the vortex of secrecy that is our current government".Senator Lambie denied that was the case and used national security to justify her secrecy."This has been very tough for me.

Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie has slammed the Government over it's announcement of an independent commission into defence suicides, saying the only way things will change is with a Royal Commission.

Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie has slammed the Government over it's announcement of an independent commission into defence suicides, saying the only way things will change is with a Royal Commission.

Jacqui Lambie has urged the government to “release the damn” sports rorts review, amid new scrutiny over the prime minister’s office’s involvement in the scandal. 

On Wednesday it was revealed 136 emails were exchanged between then sport’s minister Bridget McKenzie’s office and the prime minister's office.

Bridget McKenzie sitting at a table: Bridget McKenzie has defended her actions as the sports minister. © ABC NEWS Bridget McKenzie has defended her actions as the sports minister. A Senate inquiry into the saga on Thursday morning also revealed Sport Australia expressed concern over the program on two occasions.

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Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie has slammed the Government over it's announcement of an independent commission into defence suicides, saying the only way things will change is with a Royal Commission. UP NEXT. NOW PLAYING: More Sports .

The Jacqui Lambie Network (abbreviated JLN) is an Australian political party formed in May 2015. Bearing the name of its founder, Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie , it has served as the political vehicle for the former independent.

Now, the Tasmanian independent senator wants the report, written by the head of the prime minister’s department, released – or she could withhold her support for the government’s union-busting bill.

“They need to find their conscience and do the right thing and release that damn report,” she told Sky News.

“Honestly, I can’t believe that we’re arguing, they want to fix [the union-busting bill] over here but won’t fix their own law and order over here. C’mon, it’s enough. Show some leadership, do the right thing, and release the report.

“I’m not at all comfortable on putting integrity on [the unions] when the government won’t put integrity on themselves.”

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