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Two years in, let's celebrate all that Tony Abbott has achieved as Minister for Women.

What a couple of years it’s been. To mark the occasion, we thought it was time someone published a report on all that Prime Minister Tony Abbott has achieved as the Minister for Women:

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Two women in Cabinet. Out of 19.

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Repealed the Carbon tax pleasing all ‘housewives’. Sorry what?

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Promised more generous paid parental leave policy. Then scrapped that and attempts to strip existing benefits.

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We tried, we really really tried, but we couldn’t find anything. He has done absolutely nothing for Australian women. And no one has made that point more succinctly than Tony Abbott himself when he was asked by Lisa Wilkinson to name his biggest achievement as the Minister for Women. His answer? Repealing the carbon tax. Seriously.

We would love to discuss the Minister For Women’s achievements with him but he has refused our requests for interviews every day for two years.

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