As Bushfires Rage On, Climate Protesters Ask Scott Morrison: ‘Where The Bloody Hell Are You’

Hundreds gathered outside the Australian Prime Minister’s Kirribilli residence while he holidays overseas amid NSW heatwave.

Hundreds of people gathered outside Sydney’s Kirribilli House on Thursday morning, urging the government to take greater action on climate change as Scott Morrison holidays overseas during the bushfire season.

Amongst those camped at the front of the prime minister’s residence were parents, children on school holidays, bushfire survivors and health professionals, holding signs that asked the PM: “Where the bloody hell are you?”