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Red card on penalties
Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney  16 Nov 2018
Letters - Page 23 - 64 words - ID 1037377033 - Photo: Yes - Type: Letter - Size: 56.00cm2

It has been my experience that the only people who oppose penalty rates for shift work or weekend work are people who have never been awarded a Nobel Prize for anything at all and have never done shift work or worked weekends ("Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz has backed unions on penalty rates", November 15).

It's just that simple.

Brian Pymont, Frenchs Forest

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