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Malcolm Turnbull backtracks on emissions targets

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► Read more at https://on.ft.com/2Phth8l Australian prime minister shelves flagship energy policy to stave off a leadership challenge from disgruntled conservatives within his own party ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://bit.ly/2GakujT ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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laurejon (2 months ago)
Consumers do not want higher energy bills. Signing the Paris agreement was a huge mistake, not least as Australia's economy depends on energy exports. The whole concept of the Paris agreement, and indeed Climate change is to empower and build the economies of the developing world, whilst tying the hands of the developed nations. Trump has turned Paris on its head, and called it out for what it is. Australia should follow suit as its clear the major energy users in the developing nations are being handed an ace card.
Ric of Vic (2 months ago)
The USA pulled out of Paris Treaty. Under the agreement, China and India increase emissions. So the three major emitters do nothing and we’re to spend billions to do what? Nothing - nothing you green jackasses.
Max Emmerich (2 months ago)
Shorten may be unbelieverBILL but Malcolm AteveryTurnAllBull is unre-electaBULL !!
francis brown (2 months ago)
Mal is the quintessential car salesman , Constantly selling us sheeeeep down the river to corporate high flyers for jackshit …. What I find so scary is that Mal has his stash of cash in a bank in the Caribbean along with all the cash that the banks have swindled out of every government in the last hundred years …… But what good will it bring ???
greg fisher (2 months ago)
Im 56 and voted Liberal all my life--not any more-not while Abbotts in it
Fuck all U (2 months ago)
Turnbull, Turnbull, every Australian see which sort of hopeless prime minister you are. So what about, pack your stuff and go to hell. Ministers are not happy, Australians are not happy, and you still didn’t get it. You must be deft and blind. Which sort of prime minister have this country? One word say all. Idiot.

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