are rumours is a news report that the Government is poised to provide strategic assistance to the Holden workers and others in the industry who will be out of a job in 2017.
Mr Abbott said it was time for a strategic response to the difficulties in manufacturing, and particularly in the motor industry.
“It is not the time to play politics, it’s not the time to indulge in the blame game, it’s not the time to peddle false hope,” the prime minister said.
“It’s a time for a candid and constructive conversation with the Australian people, and it is time for a considered and constructive response from government.
“And that’s exactly what this government will be providing in coming days.”
“Que?” as Judith would say, or words to that effect.
Does this mean that the workers have no savings, no super, and no company redundancy provisions?
Can the Government tell us about the strategic assistance that will be provided to all the employees in small business who lose their jobs over the next few years?