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There are some things you just don’t do. Probably don’t need a list? Well, not so fast. Inside the country, we may need to double-check the list of MPs who follow common sense politics, including not playing politics during a natural disaster. Of course, if you can shamelessly include in your resume various “cases”, namely parking and sports, then your perspective may be distorted. Scott Morrison’s federal government has been condemned for its decision to extend the Australian government’s emergency recovery payment of $ 1,000 for people in the local areas of Lismore, Richmond and Clarence Valley for another two weeks. This in itself is not a problem, but a decision not to apply the same provision to nearby local governments Byron, Balina and Tweed. Unfortunately, there are no coalition deputies in these three areas. Labor MP Justin Elliott, whose Richmond electorate is in the Balina region, is not impressed: “Many people cannot access housing or money, and they need urgent help, and what we saw after the flood is incompetence on the part of the state and federal governments. ”Mr Morrison’s generosity extended beyond the northern NSW border, but it was a case of“ thank you but no thank you. ”The prime minister said he would declare a state of emergency in New York on Friday after consultations with the governor-general Wales and Queensland, but Queensland Prime Minister Anastasia Palashchuk said the measure would not be needed by the state: “The time for this national emergency (declaration) was probably a week ago.” This is true neither here nor there, as the national declaration will allow Morrison to gain access to accumulated resources and remove red tape.On a more global level, one of the things you don’t do is bomb hospitals. hospitals in the city of Mariupol in southern Ukraine were destroyed maternity and pediatric wards. As the attacks begin in the third week, Russian authorities have previously promised to stop the shelling so that at least some trapped civilians can leave the port city. But no. Instead, both sides were left to blame the other for the evacuation failure. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky called the attack a war crime. He published a vision apparently inside the damaged hospital, and officials said at least 17 people were injured, including staff and patients. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov insisted: “Russian forces do not fire on civilian objects.” No, of course. But COVID-19 continues to evolve, gasoline prices continue to rise, and Warney goes home. Our world continues to spin. Did you know that you can receive this daily digest by email? SUBSCRIBE HERE NEWS, YOU NEED TO KNOW:

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