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Commonwealth Attorney-General | Federal Member for Pearce

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RT @hamishNews: RT @hamishNews: At 7.35am on @RNBreakfast my guest is the Federal Attorney General @cporterwa

RT @Anne_Ruston: Today on International Day of People with Disability let’s celebrate the contribution Australians with disability make to our nation. People with disability should have the same opportunities as any other person where we focus on the ability, not disability, of every Australian. https://t.co/nKKK47AWfu

RT @NorthCoastTimes: #Mindarie #school students make principals stick to their word on #reading challenge #education #PerthNews bit.ly/2kngPsx https://t.co/0sKdj0a8bu

RT @_wkelly_: Minister for Social Services @cporterwa says there has been overehelming support for refugee support in the Armidale community. https://t.co/MckcTXJPyf

RT @MathiasCormann: Where are @billshortenmp and @Bowenchris - They can’t hide on this. They must come out and change Labor’s position on business tax cuts & support a 25% rate for all Australian businesses. Not to would harm investment, growth, jobs and wages in Australia. twitter.com/political_aler…

RT @MathiasCormann: When Bill Shorten was last in Government he left behind a weakening economy, rising unemployment and a rapidly deteriorating budget position. #budgetreply18

RT @MathiasCormann: Bill Shorten’s numbers don’t add up. He can’t even count to five properly. He can’t be trusted with our economy or our Budget. #canttrustbill #cantaddup #shiftybill #budgetreply18 https://t.co/sdnSpQysuX

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Last year, 28% of child sex offenders convicted of federal offences did not spend one day in jail? That has to change. That's why we're introducing mandatory jail sentences for offenders when Parliament resumes next week. The safety of our children should always be put first.