Cricket Australia accused of sacking woman for abortion rights tweets
Angela Williamson called Tasmanian Liberals ‘gutless’ on reproductive health access
Mon 30 Jul 2018
A former Cricket Australia employee alleges she was sacked because she campaigned for improved abortion rights in Tasmania and criticised the state Liberal government on social media.
Angela Williamson, 39, was sacked from her job as manager of public policy and government relations at Cricket Australia following a tweet in which she labelled the government “gutless” for failing to ensure women had access to reproductive health services in the state, Fairfax reported on Monday.