Firstly, the Facebook post that funnily, sets the stage:
Even if the leader of the Liberal Party isn’t Tony Abbott, It’ll be the ‘same horse, different jockey’ while they continue their attacks on our rights at work.
Whose radical agenda? Is it radical to want to pay off Government debt? Is it radical to try and stop the bullying, thieving and lying of Union officials? Is it radical to uncover slush funds? Must be!
Your rights at work, eh? Heh!
[…] The use of undue harassment or coercion in connection with the supply or possible supply of goods or services is prohibited by section 50 of the Australian Consumer Law, which is Schedule 2 of the CCA.
The CCA also relevantly prohibits, in section 45E, contracts, arrangements or understandings between an organisation of employees such as the CFMEU and a supplier which contain a provision included for the purpose of preventing or hindering the supply of goods to a person whom that supplier is accustomed, or under an obligation, to supply.
The ACCC alleges that the CFMEU engaged in secondary boycott conduct directed at Boral at commercial construction sites in Deer Park, Officer, Port Melbourne, Hawthorn, Tarneit, Richmond, Lilydale, Notting Hill, Williams Landing, Werribee and, in Flinders Street and Elizabeth Street in Melbourne CBD.
As I said, crooks, bullies and liars. Royal commission takes aim at CFMEU, recommends charges …