18C: Bolt says want Turnbull won't

Finally, we have an answer to the question of how much more racial hate speech will be allowed under the proposed changes to Section 18C, courtesy of Andrew Bolt – five times as much.

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Turnbull prepared to let racism rip to save his own job

In a test of the Prime Minister’s leadership - which he has failed miserably, Malcolm Turnbull is prepared to trade away protections for Australia’s multicultural communities in order to save his own skin.

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Brandis's diary - a victory for transparency


Turnbull's test on 18C

Today's cabinet meeting will be a major test for Prime Minister Turnbull - does he have the backbone to stand up for protections against racial hate speech?

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Time's up for Brandis on diary

It has been nearly three years since my office made a simple request for parts of Senator George Brandis’s diary.

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Devastating cuts to Community Legal Centres must be reversed

This week I will be visiting Community Legal Centres in three states to hear first-hand the devastating impact the government’s 30 per cent funding cuts will have on these vital services.

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Bell Group: Did the Attorney-General try to block the ATO from intervening?

During a Senate hearing today, Attorney-General George Brandis repeatedly refused to say whether his office made an attempt to block the Australian Taxation Office from intervening in the Bell Group High Court case.

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Agreement needed on redress for survivors of child sexual abuse

Federal Labor again calls on the Turnbull Government to secure an agreement with the state and territory governments and institutions for a national redress scheme for survivors of institutional child sexual abuse. 

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One Nation's attack on Muslims undermines National Security - Turnbull's hypocrisy is deafening

Malcolm Turnbull’s weak criticism of Pauline Hanson’s reprehensible comments about Australian Muslims is hollow and hypocritical. 

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More proof Malcolm Turnbull's budget cuts are stretching our ABC

Today’s announcement is further proof that the ABC is being asked to do more with less in a challenging media environment.

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