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Childcare costs? Thank unions and government

29 March 2018

11:45 AM

29 March 2018

11:45 AM

In case you didn’t notice, Tuesday was Keep Your Children Home Day – in other words, a nationwide childcare workers’ strike. The campaign represents yet another assault on childcare affordability from the union movement, whose agenda has been driving up prices for years.

‘If you have a child in early learning, please keep them home on 27 March,’ bleated the website of United Voice, the childcare sector union, ‘and register your support to be a part of securing the best outcomes for every child and their educator’.

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