By Sarah O’Brien The 2016 election campaign was dominated by the issues of inequality and immigration, but a similar story has unfolded since the end of the election campaign: the trade union movement.
It’s been around for a long time, but with the exception of a few isolated cases, the trade unions have never managed to take power in a major political party.
In the case of the Greens, the main union of the country’s biggest mining industry, it was a minority government coalition led by an MP for the seat of Wodonga that was able to pass a motion in 2015, the first time the Greens had done so since their formation in 2013.
Now the Greens want to reverse the trend and form a government.
They’ve also been campaigning against the mining industry’s dominance of politics, as well as its continued support for the mining lobby.
This was the backdrop for a new study by the Institute for Governance and Policy at the University of Western Australia, which examines how the trade-union movement affected Australian politics.
The study looked at the impact of the mining sector on politics from the 1990s through the present.
Its authors found that the mining trade unions were at the forefront of the Australian political landscape from 1990 to 2013, but that their influence was less than they might have liked.
Trade union members were largely seen as the opposition to the mining boom and, consequently, the mining union lobby had an outsize impact on the Liberal-National government.
This has meant that the Greens and the Liberal Party have a lot of issues to deal with, from the issues surrounding climate change to the government’s relationship with the mining companies, which have both contributed to the country suffering from climate change and mining jobs.
One of the major areas the report looked at was the mining tax, which has been around since the 1970s.
In particular, the study looked specifically at the mining levy, which was introduced in 1986 and was aimed at encouraging mining companies to invest in new projects.
The levy was designed to encourage the mining workforce and the construction industry to create jobs in the country.
But it’s also been a major source of frustration for many workers, particularly miners.
The mining industry argues that the levy is unfair, as it disproportionately affects low-paid workers.
In their report, the researchers found that many workers who are employed in the mining industries are employed by the mining unions, which in turn benefit from these workers.
While the research looked at only the mining and construction industries, it did also look at the broader sectors, including manufacturing and hospitality, which had a big influence on Australian politics, with a high percentage of union members in each.
The paper also looked at what happened to unions when trade unions fell out of favour with the political parties and when the mining economy grew and union members started to feel more alienated from the political process.
The report found that union members, particularly in mining, had a lot to do with the outcome of the last election.
It found that in the case at hand, the two major parties were in a very different place when trade union members voted, with the Liberal National Party (LNP) on one side and the Greens on the other.
This led to a situation where the Labor Party had to support the mining-led coalition, while the Greens needed to support a Liberal government, and the trade, mining and service sector had to be at loggerheads.
It is clear that the two parties would have much to work out when they were re-elected in 2020.
One thing that is clear is that the industry has a lot more to do than just support mining, and in the end, the industry was the main reason why the election outcome was so different.
Trade unions were a major part of the Labor and Liberal Party coalition governments, but not necessarily the majority of the parties that were in government, the report found.
What’s more, the authors found a significant shift in the composition of the party governments.
The Labor Party under Howard was dominated, and not just by the miners, but by members of the business and industry sectors.
But as the mining business has grown, so has the party.
It had a strong position in the previous Labor government, which came into office with a strong economy and the strongest trade union presence in Australia.
But under Labor, trade union membership in the party’s history fell, and was largely driven by members in the service sector.
The biggest problem the report identified for the Greens was that their support for mining industries had fallen.
The trade unions had a very strong influence in the Howard Government, and therefore the Greens’ support for these industries had been very important to their success.
The authors found the trade groups were a key driver of the Coalition Government, which took office with the support of the two biggest mining groups in the nation, the National and Northern Australia.
It was a very conservative government in the early years of the Howard government, but it was in a position to take on a number of issues in the last year of the Liberal and Labor governments, such as