Hello. It’s Wednesday, June 15, 2022 and here is a series of updates.
Flight of UK-Rwanda asylum seeker lands
The United Kingdom Court of Appeal in London has ruled that a flight leading to asylum seekers in Rwanda may continue.
“We hope that the courts in July at this longer hearing will take a different view because it is a fundamentally illegal policy, claiming asylum is a human right and Rwanda is not a safe country to return to,” he said. I told you.
Inflation could hit seven percent in 2022
“Over the last two years, people have put in another $ 250 billion, which is a lot of money. And the saving rate is still high. And the number of people falling behind in mortgages is actually declining, not increasing. There is a lot of resistance in the housing sector. “
Minimum wage decisions must be made
Last year, the national minimum wage rose from 2.5 percent to $ 772.60 per week or $ 20.33 per hour.
Lack of power
Federal Energy Minister Chris Bowen remains confident that the lights will remain on in Queensland and New South Wales, despite concerns about severe electricity shortages.
Mr Bowen said AEMO’s intervention in the system would continue as long as necessary, and the situation was exacerbated by coal-fired power stations being offline.
Energy Minister Chris Bowen. Source: SBS News
“AEMO working with us, working with the state has avoided any low scam up to this point and I am confident they will be able to continue to do so, subject to any unexpected breakdown,” he said.
Anthony Albanese responds to China
Over the weekend, Defense Minister Richard Marles met with his Chinese counterpart in Singapore, the first high-level contact between the two countries in more than two years.
“There were prime ministers who revealed text messages and correspondence, I’m not one of them. I responded accordingly,” he said.
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