Social reaction: The people that Budget 2020 forgot

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Social media erupted with disappointment after Tuesday night’s Federal Budget was delivered.

Inaction on climate change, failure to address the concerns of women and the jobs that they have lost due to COVID-19, the timing of tax cuts for the rich and, of course, the failure to adequately address unemployed older workers were just some of the key issues people found.

Below, we share a number of points of view from the twittersphere.










What do you think? Have the social commentators nailed the feeling of all Australians on Budget 2020?

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