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Inequality is real - and guess what? The electorate has noticed | Van Badham

Inequality is real - and guess what? The electorate has noticed | Van Badham

It doesn’t matter how slick the messaging or how outrageous the claims by the Liberals, reality has a habit of thumping discourse every time My colleague, Greg Jericho, is dead right. Bill Shorten’s
Here’s What You Need to Know About the Upcoming Election in Japan

Here’s What You Need to Know About the Upcoming Election in Japan

Shinzo Abe is poised to become the nation's longest serving post-WWII leader.
Japan’s Shinzo Abe Conjures Stunning Election Victory in a Boost for Donald Trump

Japan’s Shinzo Abe Conjures Stunning Election Victory in a Boost for Donald Trump

The Japanese prime minister bonded with Trump over reining in North Korea
Most Australians support Indigenous voice to parliament plan that Turnbull rejected

Most Australians support Indigenous voice to parliament plan that Turnbull rejected

OmniPoll survey finds 60.7% broadly support changing constitution to set up Indigenous body to advise the parliament Sixty per cent of Australians support a proposed model of Indigenous recognition
Barnaby Joyce gets boost as One Nation and Shooters decline to run in New England

Barnaby Joyce gets boost as One Nation and Shooters decline to run in New England

Pauline Hanson blames Annastacia Palaszczuk’s decision to call Queensland election for failure to run candidateBarnaby Joyce’s task in the New England byelection has got considerably easier, with
George Brandis may have cost would-be Liberal senator her seat

George Brandis may have cost would-be Liberal senator her seat

Hollie Hughes may be ineligible to fill spot left by Fiona Nash due to her appointment to administrative appeals tribunalGeorge Brandis may have cost the would-be Liberal senator Hollie Hughes a seat
Most voters believe NBN will fail to meet Australia's needs – Guardian Essential poll

Most voters believe NBN will fail to meet Australia's needs – Guardian Essential poll

Poll finds almost 40% blame Malcolm Turnbull’s government for problems with the national broadband networkMore than 50% of Australians believe the national broadband network will fail to meet the
Coalition conservatives working on rival same-sex marriage bill

Coalition conservatives working on rival same-sex marriage bill

Michael Sukkar calls for ‘no detriment’ clause to allow people to reject same-sex marriage in all walks of lifeTurnbull government ministers have begun jockeying over which bill will be used to
Peter Dutton says detainees trying to force asylum policy change

Peter Dutton says detainees trying to force asylum policy change

Immigration minister accuses advocates and Greens of aiding 600 refugees and asylum seekers who refuse to leave Manus Island centreThe Australian immigration minister has accused detainees – “aided
Barnaby Joyce: 'Dopey' Liberal and Labor MPs let Nationals take citizenship rap

Barnaby Joyce: 'Dopey' Liberal and Labor MPs let Nationals take citizenship rap

Joyce urges all MPs concerned about citizenship status to refer themselves immediately to the high courtBarnaby Joyce has called on parliamentary colleagues concerned about their eligibility status to
Liberal Stephen Parry to resign over dual British citizenship

Liberal Stephen Parry to resign over dual British citizenship

President of the Senate announces resignation after being told he is British by UK authoritiesThe president of the Senate, Liberal Stephen Parry, has announced he will resign from parliament after
Coalition’s citizenship nightmare demands an audit – but is Turnbull that brave? | Katharine Murphy

Coalition’s citizenship nightmare demands an audit – but is Turnbull that brave? | Katharine Murphy

It is obvious an audit should happen. But can it, when Turnbull faces trouble everywhere he looks and Joyce is not yet safely back in the parliament?Consider the current set of circumstances facing
Barnaby Joyce stokes Coalition tensions by backing National as Senate president

Barnaby Joyce stokes Coalition tensions by backing National as Senate president

Joyce says John ‘Wacka’ Williams would be a ‘straight shooter’ after the resignation of Stephen ParryBarnaby Joyce has upped the internal ante by backing his National party colleague, John “Wacka”
Turnbull 'disappointed' Stephen Parry delayed on dual citizenship

Turnbull 'disappointed' Stephen Parry delayed on dual citizenship

PM says he heard about Parry’s dual citizenship concerns from the media and urges parliamentarians to speak up if they fear they’re ineligibleMalcolm Turnbull has taken a swipe at outgoing Senate
Kevin Andrews calls for 'strong and decisive leadership' as Coalition fractures grow

Kevin Andrews calls for 'strong and decisive leadership' as Coalition fractures grow

Abbott loyalist openly critiques Malcolm Turnbull after PM shuts down calls for a citizenship audit and Stephen Parry’s late admission amplifies divisions Malcolm Turnbull’s leadership has been openly
Mitch Fifield admits he knew weeks ago Stephen Parry may hold dual citizenship

Mitch Fifield admits he knew weeks ago Stephen Parry may hold dual citizenship

Admission comes as citizenship crisis widens tensions within Coalition and Penny Wong says ‘this smacks of a cover-up’ The communications minister, Mitch Fifield, has admitted he found out weeks ago
Momentum builds for citizenship inquiry but MPs unclear on details

Momentum builds for citizenship inquiry but MPs unclear on details

Questions over Josh Frydenberg’s status and Stephen Parry’s late admission have raised calls ‘to rip the Band-Aid off’ the citizenship issue. The question is: can anyone figure out how?A citizenship
Turnbull defends Frydenberg over citizenship 'witch-hunt' – video

Turnbull defends Frydenberg over citizenship 'witch-hunt' – video

Malcolm Turnbull rounds on those who have accused the energy minister, Josh Frydenberg, of being a dual citizen as not understanding the history of the Holocaust. 'Has this witch-hunt become so absurd
Complaints about NSW disability services at highest level in a decade

Complaints about NSW disability services at highest level in a decade

State accused of ‘clocking off’ ahead of transition to NDIS as ombudsman’s figures show reports of mistreatment, assault and neglect up by 14% in past year Reports of mistreatment, assault and neglect
'He speaks for us': why Tamworth is oozing sympathy for Barnaby Joyce

'He speaks for us': why Tamworth is oozing sympathy for Barnaby Joyce

To most people of New England, the former deputy prime minister is seen as a victim of a system they feel alienated fromDon Baker trims Barnaby Joyce’s hair every now and then. When he’s not doing