While You Were Working: Monday 23 May, 2016
Take a moment for yourself and catch up on the news of the day.
BILL SHORTEN'S STANDING WITH VOTERS HITS A 12-MONTH HIGH
While Malcolm Turnbull remains the preferred Prime Minister, support for Bill Shorten has lifted in the latest Newspoll. It comes as Turnbull and Shorten begin week three of the election campaign trail.
— The Today Show (@TheTodayShow) May 22, 2016
CLIVE PALMER RULES OUT OF RUNNING FOR SENATE
Clive Palmer's time as a federal politician has ended, as he confirms he won't seek a seat in the Senate.
— Rosie Lewis (@rosieslewis) May 23, 2016
YOUR LAST CHANCE TO ENROL TO VOTE
The deadline to enroll or update your details on the electoral roll for the upcoming Federal Election closes today at 8pm AEST.
TIM COSTELLO CLAIMS DETENTION OF ASYLUM SEEKERS IS 'TORTURE'
World Vision CEO Tim Costello has accused the government of overseeing psychological torture of asylum seekers by indefinitely detaining them on Nauru and Manus. Both Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten have responded.
— Sarah Hanson-Young (@sarahinthesen8) May 22, 2016
HERE'S WHAT OUR POLITICIANS GOT UP TO THIS WEEKEND
They're still managing to have some fun on the election campaign trail.
— Christopher Pyne (@cpyne) May 22, 2016
Source: Twitter Moments.