A surfer rides his board which represents 'ACC' just above a huge shark that represents 'privatisation'. The cartoonist's tag title reads 'Warmer waters attract sharks'. Context - warmer sea temperatures could be the reason for earlier than usual shark sightings. "Plans to privatise ACC unveiled today (21 December 2010) by National and ACT are unnecessary and unfair because ACC has not made a loss since the 1980s, is presently making surpluses and has huge reserves," says EPMU national secretary Andrew Little.
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