robodebt failed its day in court, what now?

Robodebt failed its day in court, what now?

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The government seems not to have sought independent legal advice before demanding the repayment of debts it couldn’t prove were owned. Shutterstock   Three years after legal experts laid out their reasons why robodebt was wrong...
‘i don’t want anybody to see me using it’: cashless welfare cards do more harm than good

‘I don’t want anybody to see me using it’: cashless welfare cards do more...

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Image: Shutterstock The Australian government touts compulsory income management as a way to stop welfare payments being spent on alcohol, drugs or gambling. The Howard government introduced the BasicsCard more than a decade ago. About 22,500 welfare recipients...