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Miners back IR law split push

INDEPENDENT senators Jacqui Lambie and David Pocock want the federal government’s controversial industrial relations bill split so its less contentious parts can be passed by year’s end. The move is being backed by the mining industry, which has been very critical of other parts of the bill.

Efforts afoot to split out controversial parts of Labor's IR legislation.

Efforts afoot to split out controversial parts of Labor's IR legislation.

Lambie and Pocock want the parliament to pass protections for emergency service workers who have been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as measures to stop discrimination against employees...

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