Though not everyone agrees…
Mr Rudd’s speech was not greeted with unanimous approval, however, with Mr Tuckey telling Sky News shortly before 9am he doubted the speech – which has bipartisan support – would change anything.
“So the Prime Minister reads a speech, apparently some people stand up and sit down and then a miracle happens over night, there’ll be no petrol sniffing … and girls can sleep safely in the family bed at night,” he said.
When asked by Sky News if he supported the apology, a technical error occurred, with Mr Tuckey telling the camera he was unable to hear the question.
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2 thoughts on “sorry, small word, a whole history of meaning”
He’s being an idiot here, of course it doesn’t solve all the problems, but to so many people it was obviously a big step! It’s not like the apology is all the govt is going to do about these problems…
I think he’s probably wishing that technical difficulty happened before he opened his mouth.