High stakes in Queensland's emergency rescue

Campbell Newman's industrial relations revolution is the only way Queensland can regain momentum. And if he can withstand the inevitable firestorm of opposition, Victoria will follow.

Queensland Premier Campbell Newman would not have canvassed the idea of taking back control of the industrial relations for unincorporated bodies if he didn’t intend to take action.

And because he is aiming at about 55 per cent of the Queensland workforce we are looking at an enormous change in the Australian industrial relations scene.


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