Minimum wage, fair work commission: Anthony Albanese takes credit as millions handed a big pay rise

Anthony Albanese’s Labor government has taken credit for the large 5.2 per cent minimum wage increase handed down to millions of workers today. 

The Prime Minister declared during the election campaign that he would ‘absolutely’ welcome a wage increase in line with the 5.1 per cent inflation rate.

Soon after taking office his government made a submission to the independent umpire which sets the minimum wage calling for a rise of at least that amount.

Speaking on Tuesday Mr Albanese held up a…

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