Speeches

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E.g., 26/10/2021
E.g., 26/10/2021
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Mr Morrison: (Cook—Prime Minister) (14:35): Mr Speaker, I rise on indulgence—indeed, in response to your own suggestion—to acknowledge the passing of Les Carlyon. Les Carlyon was a master of words.
02 Apr 2019
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Mr Morrison: (Cook—Prime Minister) (14:25): I move:
02 Apr 2019
PM Morrison writing at his desk in his prime ministerial office
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But today, I want to engage in a broader reflection – about how we see difference in our world, and how we manage it.
18 Mar 2019
PM Morrison writing at his desk in his prime ministerial office
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So thank you again for the invitation to give this lecture during what is the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Liberal Party and the 70th Anniversary of Sir Robert Menzies’ historic win in 1949. I intend to repeat that in the true Liberal tradition.
12 Mar 2019
PM Morrison writing at his desk in his prime ministerial office
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Trust is the currency of a strong and prosperous economy. We all have a stake in ensuring high public trust in our economic institutions and it’s no secret that big business, in particular, finds itself under unprecedented scrutiny.
05 Mar 2019
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Mr Morrison: (Cook—Prime Minister) (12:01): On indulgence, I rise to acknowledge the 70th anniversary of Australia's formal diplomatic relationship with the State of Israel and affirm our deep friendship with the people of Israel—and, in doing that, I welcome
19 Feb 2019
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Mr Morrison: (Cook—Prime Minister) (15:39): I move: That the resolution of Senate be agreed to.
18 Feb 2019
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Mr Morrison: (Cook—Prime Minister) (12:00): by leave—Australia's democratic process is our greatest asset, our most critical piece of national infrastructure.
18 Feb 2019
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison delivers the Closing the Gap report in the House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra, Thursday, February 14, 2019. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch)
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I want Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children to have the same opportunities as all other children growing up in Australia. But this is not true for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Australia today.
14 Feb 2019

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