A gift to the big banks

 

Working people in Forde know that we need more investment in local schools & hospitals - not a massive handout for the big banks.

That's why it's so outrageous that LNP MP Bert van Manen voted 5 times to give the big banks a $17 billion corporate tax cut.

  Source: Hansard

Source: Hansard


Bert van Manen voted 25 times to
block a banking royal commission

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Not only did Bert Van Manen vote 5 times to give the banks a $17 billion corporate tax cut, but he voted 25 times to block a banking royal commission as well.

  Source: Hansard

Source: Hansard

25 TIMES LUKE HOWARTH MP VOTED
TO BLOCK THE BANKING ROYAL COMMISSION

On 17 August, 2017 Bert van Manen
voted one time to protect the banks from a royal commission

On 14 August, 2017
Bert van Manen
voted one time to protect the banks from a royal commission

On 19 June, 2017
Bert van Manen
voted three times to protect the banks from a royal commission

On 1 December, 2016
Bert van Manen
voted three times to protect the banks from a royal commission


On 1 September, 2016 Bert van Manen
voted eight times to protect the banks from a royal commission

On 31 August, 2016
Bert van Manen
voted four times to protect the banks from a royal commission

On 18 April, 2016 Bert van Manen
voted two times to protect the banks from a royal commission 

On 19 April 2016
Bert van Manen
voted three times to protect the banks from a royal commission 


Bert van Manen voted 8 times
to cut penalty rates

At the same time Bert van Manen was voting in support of giving the big banks
a $17 billion corporate tax cut, he has also voted to give local workers a pay cut.

Bert van Manen voted 8 times to cut workers' penalty rates despite
local workers urging him not to.

In Forde these cuts will hit 3089 people.

To add insult, on the very same day that penalty rates are cut again, Bert van Manen will receive a pay rise of $4,588.

  Source: Hansard

Source: Hansard

8 TIMES Bert van Manen MP VOTED TO
CUT PENALTY RATES

On 4 December 2017, Bert van Manen voted to cut penalty rates

On 20 June 2017, Bert van Manen voted three times to cut penalty rates

On 13 June 2017, Bert van Manen voted to cut penalty rates

On 11 May 2017, Bert van Manen voted to cut penalty rates

On 2 March 2017, Bert van Manen voted to cut penalty rates

On 27 February 2017, Bert van Manen voted to cut penalty rates