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Lateline: December 4, 2017
December 4, 2017
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Interview: Political Correspondent Matt Wordsworth
Emma Alberici speaks to political correspondent Matt Wordsworth about the latest development in the citizenship saga, the same-sex marriage bill and Tim Wilson's proposal to his partner in Parliament today.

Parliamentary Vote On Manus Asylum Seekers Not 'Stunt': Burke
Emma Alberici speaks to manager of opposition business Tony Burke about the government losing a vote in Parliament today on a motion calling for asylum seekers on Manus Island to be resettled in New Zealand. Liberal MPs Steven Ciobo and Warren Entsch were forced to apologise after they failed to turn up for a division.

The Autism Advantage: ANZ Latest Big Company To Recruit Workers On Spectrum
Only around 40 percent of adults on autism spectrum in Australia are employed. Many of those are working in jobs below their educational or professional level. But that's beginning to change, as Barbara Miller reports.

Interview: Political Correspondent Matt Wordsworth
Emma Alberici speaks to political correspondent Matt Wordsworth about the latest development in the citizenship saga, the same-sex marriage bill and Tim Wilson's proposal to his partner in Parliament today.

Parliamentary Vote On Manus Asylum Seekers Not 'Stunt': Burke
Emma Alberici speaks to manager of opposition business Tony Burke about the government losing a vote in Parliament today on a motion calling for asylum seekers on Manus Island to be resettled in New Zealand. Liberal MPs Steven Ciobo and Warren Entsch were forced to apologise after they failed to turn up for a division.

The Autism Advantage: ANZ Latest Big Company To Recruit Workers On Spectrum
Only around 40 percent of adults on autism spectrum in Australia are employed. Many of those are working in jobs below their educational or professional level. But that's beginning to change, as Barbara Miller reports.

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