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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
Greens unveil plan for diversity targets and multicultural commission

Greens unveil plan for diversity targets and multicultural commission

Richard Di Natale says immigrants need more certainty following government’s failed attempt to make it harder to get citizenshipThe Greens leader, Richard Di Natale, has released a proposal to
John Alexander says he still doesn't know if he's a British citizen

John Alexander says he still doesn't know if he's a British citizen

Liberal MP faces barrage of media questions but says he’s still waiting for definitive advice from UK authoritiesThe embattled Liberal MP John Alexander says he still has no idea whether he’s a
Greens ready to back Dean Smith marriage equality bill as consensus option

Greens ready to back Dean Smith marriage equality bill as consensus option

Leader Richard Di Natale says party will push for changes but not at risk of sinking the draft billThe Greens leader, Richard Di Natale, says he will push for changes to the cross-party marriage
Queensland election: George Christensen blames Turnbull after poor LNP result

Queensland election: George Christensen blames Turnbull after poor LNP result

Federal Nationals MP apologises to One Nation voters for the LNP failing to ‘stand up more for conservative values’ • See the results seat-by-seatMatt Canavan has conceded the Queensland government is
Bill Shorten says he doesn't trust Dastyari's judgment – but he is no threat to security

Bill Shorten says he doesn't trust Dastyari's judgment – but he is no threat to security

Labor leader says he is deeply frustrated by Sam Dastyari’s behaviour and that he has been forced ‘to sack him again’The Labor leader, Bill Shorten, has acknowledged that he doesn’t currently trust
Australia Day back in political spotlight as Greens vow to push for date change

Australia Day back in political spotlight as Greens vow to push for date change

Richard Di Natale says party will campaign to move celebration from 26 January and some Labor MPs say there is a need for conversationPoliticians are continuing to debate Australia Day, which was
Greens MPs cautiously welcome push for members to elect federal leader

Greens MPs cautiously welcome push for members to elect federal leader

Membership group launches petition to force plebiscite as Richard Di Natale comes under internal pressure Greens MPs have cautiously welcomed a push for members to directly elect the federal
Greens investigate 'breaches of confidentiality' and social posts in Batman review

Greens investigate 'breaches of confidentiality' and social posts in Batman review

Leaked terms of reference promise to investigate ‘tension in the Darebin branch’ after byelectionThe Greens have launched an inquiry into the failed Batman byelection campaign to find those
Greens endorse union campaign to strengthen bargaining powers

Greens endorse union campaign to strengthen bargaining powers

Di Natale stops short of backing every plank of the Change the Rules platform, putting the party in a similar position to Labor• Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon The
Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham urged to stand aside over harassment allegations

Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham urged to stand aside over harassment allegations

‘Our processes have failed these women,’ says Lee Rhiannon, following ABC investigation into complaintsThe Greens senator Lee Rhiannon has called on the New South Wales upper house member Jeremy
Move to ban Chelsea Manning from Australia a 'political stunt' to appease Trump

Move to ban Chelsea Manning from Australia a 'political stunt' to appease Trump

Human rights advocates rally to support US whistleblower, saying if the government ‘consider themselves proponents of free speech they should let her in’Australian human rights groups have rallied to
Di Natale says Greens will take hard line with a Shorten government on emissions

Di Natale says Greens will take hard line with a Shorten government on emissions

Greens leader says party will pressure Labor ‘to be as ambitious as it possibly can be’ on emissions reductionRichard Di Natale has said that Bill Shorten will be the next prime minister and warned
Richard Di Natale labels Australian arms sales to Saudi Arabia 'contemptible'

Richard Di Natale labels Australian arms sales to Saudi Arabia 'contemptible'

Greens leader criticises government’s handling of Saudi Arabia, including the response to Jamal Khashoggi’s killing Richard Di Natale has criticised the Morrison government’s response to the killing
NSW Greens MP hits back at Di Natale over call to resign

NSW Greens MP hits back at Di Natale over call to resign

Jeremy Buckingham says he deserves ‘presumption of innocence’ over accusations of inappropriate behaviourThe New South Wales Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham has hit back at calls from Richard Di Natale
Greens event won’t have formal debate on Jeremy Buckingham allegations

Greens event won’t have formal debate on Jeremy Buckingham allegations

National convener describes infighting within NSW branch as ‘heartbreaking’ for women in the partyThe Greens national convener, Rebecca Galdies, has described the crisis gripping the New South Wales
NSW Greens on brink of 'irrevocable split', two right faction MPs warn

NSW Greens on brink of 'irrevocable split', two right faction MPs warn

Cate Faehrmann and Justin Field threaten to quit party unless it holds ballot recount The New South Wales Greens are on the verge of “an irrevocable split”, with two MPs threatening to quit the party
Australia recognises West Jerusalem as Israel's capital but holds back on embassy move

Australia recognises West Jerusalem as Israel's capital but holds back on embassy move

Prime minister Scott Morrison says embassy won’t be shifted from Tel Aviv until a peace settlement is reached Australia has become one of the few countries to formally recognise West Jerusalem as
Final four children held on Nauru to be resettled with families in US

Final four children held on Nauru to be resettled with families in US

Prime minister claims removal of all children is a vindication of border policies but Greens say it is long overdueNo more asylum seeker children will be held on Nauru with the final four preparing to
Kerryn Phelps urges Labor not to 'cave' to PM's 'scare tactics' on refugee bill

Kerryn Phelps urges Labor not to 'cave' to PM's 'scare tactics' on refugee bill

Independent MP’s warning comes after Bill Shorten signals he is open to examining Coalition’s medical review panel Independent Kerryn Phelps has urged Labor and fellow parliamentarians not to “cave