More porkies from Prebble?
"Name the employers," Labour
employment relations spokesperson Pete Hodgson challenged
Richard Prebble today.
Mr Prebble told One Network News
last night: "I've got employers in my electorate who've had
people who've turned up, worked for two days, and they have
then had to pay them $4000 just because they didn't like the
Mr Hodgson said the statement could not go
"I feel entitled to demand evidence
particularly as Mr Prebble has a reputation for gross
"He has already told a number of porkies on
the campaign trail and will no doubt get even more fictional
now that his party is dropping like a stone in the polls,"
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