Yesterday, News Corp suggested that the Morrison government will raise the welfare rate. According to the minister in charge, they’ve planned no such thing.
COVID-19 enabled the first welfare increase in 25 years, now a Senate committee is pressing Scott Morrison to make it permanent.
With the financial welfare of Australians uncertain, the concept of a Universal Basic Income must again be discussed. What’s more, we’re already on the right track.
As part of the coronavirus stimulus, funds will be available to those who apply via myGov. One problem, however.
According to the government, cashless welfare is supposed to help those in the program. However, those subject to it, have a completely different experience.