Scott Morrison has rebuffed Bill Shorten's claim the government is politicising Australia Day

The Maitland Mercury | January 14, 2019

Scott Morrison has rebuffed Bill Shorten's claim the government is politicising Australia Day
Scott Morrison has rebuffed Bill Shorten's claim the government is politicising Australia Day with a plan to force councils to have citizenship ceremonies on January 26. The prime minister hit back at the Labor leader for not immediately backing the move which he says is common sense. "I think Bill Shorten is having a cop-out on this," Mr Morrison told reporters in the Northern Territory.

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In a recent Harvard Business Review article, it was noted that last year (2017) executives and board members at multinational companies “paid the most attention to risks that dominated global headlines”. Indeed, the Wall Street Journal highlighted 2017 as the year of uncertainty for multinational CEOs, and in that article, Michael D. Watkins, a professor of leadership.

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Spotlight

In a recent Harvard Business Review article, it was noted that last year (2017) executives and board members at multinational companies “paid the most attention to risks that dominated global headlines”. Indeed, the Wall Street Journal highlighted 2017 as the year of uncertainty for multinational CEOs, and in that article, Michael D. Watkins, a professor of leadership.