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Federal election: No guarantee wages will rise under Anthony Albanese

Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has refused to guarantee that wages will lift under a Labor government — instead saying he “has a plan” to increase productivity. Mr Albanese started his Monday morning in Sydney on a high after scoring a tie with Prime Minister Scott Morrison in the second leaders’ debate.

He first visited his old school — St Mary’s Cathedral College in the seat of Sydney, which is held by Tanya Plibersek by a margin of 18.7 per cent — where the Labor leader announced a $146.5 million pledge to boost teacher shortages.

It was a welcome reception by students who bombarded Mr Albanese for selfies.

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