Les Evans
Jann Orr-McCathie
Michael L Carrigg
Joe Magnay
Anthony Hegedues
Terry Ryan
The Three Stooges have backed down from their stoic stupidity all too late by rights.

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The Three Stooges have backed down from their stoic stupidity all too late by rights

Federal ministers apologise over criticism of Victorian terrorism cases

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Richard G Wallace
John Ashworth
Margaret Gay Brown
The Monthly:
“Ignore any Liberal MP expressing outrage this week about Hanson’s latest comments on autism. She’s the same Hanson she was when Cash hugged her, when Abbott recorded a video with her, when Turnbull indicated his party might preference her, and when Sinodinos said her party had changed.”
The Monthly Ignore any Liberal MP expressing outrage this week about Hansons

The Liberal Party has cosied up to Pauline Hanson and should be ashamed of itself | Sean Kelly

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Brian Teitzel
Michaelanddorothy Berger
Barry Walker
Bronsonj Pegg
Luke Irwin
Nicola Gibson
Ministers Sukkar, Hunt and Tudge initially refused to apologise for sledging the judiciary but have now changed their minds in hope of avoiding contempt charges.
Ministers Sukkar Hunt and Tudge initially refused to apologise for sledging the

Ministerial trio to make abject apology to court to head off contempt charge

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Glenda Rowntree
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Jack Stevenson
Hey, Pauline: LEAVE OUR KIDS ALONE. This is the noisy twit that the Liberals said is "more sophisticated" these days? Get lost, Liberals - and take your One Nation sideshow with you.
Hey Pauline LEAVE OUR KIDS ALONE This is the noisy twit that

Take autistic students out of mainstream classrooms: Hanson

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Charles Elson
Payom Chaisawat
Carl Erle
University standard English examinations as part of the Turnbull Government’s new “citizenship test’’ are over the top and verge on snobbery. Share if you agree.
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John Nelki
Helen Brennan
Mark Chapman
David Johnson
Dave Milne
Kurt Braasch
"Ordinary people are sick of politics. Sick of arguments, sick of Trump, of broken promises, browned off with hollow politicians who stand strongly for nothing. They're fed up, too, with a public discourse which is angry, loud, and basically useless."
Ordinary people are sick of politics Sick of arguments sick of Trump

Malcolm Turnbull is around halfway to oblivion

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Sally Robbins
Bernadette Renkin
Michael Newman
Ross Martin
Phil Lamont
David Shailer
The Prime Minister must hate Tuesdays in sitting weeks. That’s when he faces the joint party room, and backbenchers get to vent their views. This sitting f
Don't blame me I didn't vote Liberal 06/20/2017

Another Tuesday in a sitting week, another revolt against the PM | The New Daily

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Tanya Boyce
Susan Creasey
Craig Potts
Senator Fierravanti-Wells is now calling on Mr Abbott to reflect on his actions for the good of the party.
Senator FierravantiWells is now calling on Mr Abbott to reflect on his

Fierravanti-Wells says Abbott shows 'about-face' in climate policy

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Chris Nicholson
Nield Schneider
Geofrey Shepherd
Labor says the government's proposed citizenship changes are a 'massive over-reach' and will be opposed in parliament.
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Labor set to vote against government's overhaul of citizenship laws

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David Brough
Kelvin Gregg
John Healy
Despite pleading from business, the Coalition hasn’t changed its stripes on energy policy at all, writes Giles Parkinson.
Despite pleading from business the Coalition hasnt changed its stripes on energy

Coalition’s war on cheap power: When fools design energy policy

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Craig Potts
Aingeal Ui Dhoibhlin
Wally Atkinson
We have a government that remains fundamentally divided, writes Sean Kelly.
We have a government that remains fundamentally divided writes Sean Kelly

Voters can see that nothing much has changed

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Yan Xie
Craig Potts
Tom Tesoro
How did it all go so horribly wrong? The short answer is that Tony Abbott removing the carbon price and winding back the Renewable Energy Target was a disaster, writes Ian Verrender.
How did it all go so horribly wrong The short answer is

Why you're about to pay through the nose for power

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Bob Brocklebank
Henry Shiner
Penny Hoffman
The scandal is more bad news for a government trailing Labor 47 to 53 per cent in the latest Newspoll.
The scandal is more bad news for a government trailing Labor 47

Senior frontbenchers staying mum on ministers' contempt saga

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John Booth
Judith Fleming
Kees Staps
Jeffrey Smith
Barry Lidster
Grant Richardson
For Malcolm Turnbull, implementing the Finkel plan for energy security — or a credible form of it — is a legacy issue, as well as one that goes to the heart of his prime ministerial authority.
For Malcolm Turnbull implementing the Finkel plan for energy security or a

Finkel will test PM's ability to deliver significant reform: Grattan

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Ian Sproul
Johan Haafkens
Philip Mundine