Religious Discrimination Legislation

Labor notes today’s release of a second exposure draft of the Government’s proposed Religious Discrimination Bill.

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Porter's Family Court Merger Humiliation

The Attorney-General has today suffered another rebuff to his ongoing plan to destroy the Family Court.

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"Witness J"

Labor is deeply troubled by the extraordinary secrecy surrounding the case of “Witness J”.

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Labor To Fix The Morrison Government's Broken Encryption Laws

It’s been one year since the Morrison Government promised to amend their encryption legislation and now Labor is taking action, standing up for our technology industry and, most importantly, Australian jobs.

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Morrison Dithers On Response to Digital Platforms Inquiry

Reports that the Government is “gearing up to delay” its long-awaited response to the Final Report of the ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry show this third-term Liberal Government has no plan for our country.

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Religious Discrimination Legislation Delay

The Prime Minister’s decision to break his promise to introduce a religious discrimination bill this year confirms yet again he’s a man with no idea how to govern.

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Uniform Defamation Reform

Labor welcomes the release of the draft reforms to update national defamation law

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Time To Condemn Anti-Semitic Attacks

Federal Labor is deeply concerned by an increase in anti-Semitic attacks in Australia.

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Porter Makes Clear - No Integrity For Morrison Government

The Attorney-General has today made clear the Morrison Government has no interest in integrity.

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National Archives Stretched To Breaking Point While Liberals Waste $1 Million Keeping Palace Letters Secret

The National Archives is wasting $1 million fighting to prevent the public’s Right to Know, at the same time as it is blaming “resourcing constraints” for a scathing report from the Auditor-General.

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