Edwina Jane Hume ( née Exell; born 30 April 1971) is an Australian politician who has been a senator for Victoria since 2016, representing the Liberal Party. She served as the Minister for Superannuation, Financial Services and the Digital Economy in the Morrison government from December 2020; and in March 2021 she took on the additional role ...
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Shadow Finance Minister Senator Jane Hume said the OECD's updated economic outlook has sounded the fiscal alarm bells. “Labor inherited a budget benefitting from a booming commodity sector and record low unemployment following nine years of pro-growth, pro-jobs and productivity-enhancing economic management from the Coalition,” Senator Hume said.
Jane Hume is the Shadow Minister for Finance, the Public Service and Shadow Special Minister of State. Jane is a Liberal Party Senator from Victoria, having been elected in July 2016. Born and raised in Melbourne, Senator Hume completed a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Melbourne, later returning to gain further qualifications in Political Science.
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- The evidence provided by Mr Joyce at the Cost of Living Committee hearing just raised more questions to answer for the Albanese Government, as to why it has taken decisions to keep prices higher for Australian consumers. | Senator Jane HumeFacebook
Senators Jane Hume, James Paterson, Sarah Henderson, Jacinta Nampijinpa Price and Bridget McKenzie at a ‘No’ campaign launch in Melbourne on Friday.
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Appearing on Sunrise, Shadow Finance Minister Jane Hume criticised the time taken to complete the migration review, saying it was “something business have been calling” for since Labor came to government last year. “What I would say is, where is the infrastructure that is going to support this migration?” she said.
Senator the Hon Jane Hume, Shadow Minister for the Public Service, Shadow Minister for Finance, Shadow Special Minister of State; Hon Sussan Ley MP, Deputy Leader of the Opposition, Shadow Minister for Women, Shadow Minister for Industry, Skills and Training, Shadow Minister for Small and Family Business; Ms Zali Steggall OAM, MP, Member for ...