Gillard’s first carbon tax carcass
And she’s going to sick the ACCC onto him, too, with their potential $1.1 million fines.
JULIA Gillard’s carbon tax has claimed its first job with the resignation of the Brumby’s bakery chain manager who advised franchisees to “let the carbon tax take the blame” for price rises.
Brumby’s managing director Deane Priest tendered his resignation yesterday after drawing the ire of the federal government and sparking an investigation by the consumer watchdog.
Hell hath no fury and all that.
Beware the wounded beast. Have uglier politics ever been witnessed in Australia?