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Scott Morrison says JobSeeker recipients 'can expect' payments will continue at elevated levels beyond this year

SBS Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Prime Minister Scott Morrison was asked to guarantee JobSeeker payments for the unemployed will continue to be paid above the 'poverty line'.
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