Today, internal resistance to an Australian version of the Department of Homeland Security, a looming battle over resources taxes and warnings of a looming gas shortage this winter
Today – More woes in WA, as Pauline Hanson defends her comments on vaccinations. Plus, plans re-emerge for an Australian Department of Homeland Security, while ScoMo praises Victoria’s housing affordability plan
Today, Pauline Hanson under pressure over comments on Putin and vaccinations, while some government MPs express concern over a looming cut to penalty rates.
Today – More advice from Abbott, this time on penalty rates, a pay freeze possible for MPs and a government backbencher calls for debate on reserving Australia’s gas supplies.
Today’s episode may contain traces of Hi 5, paleo pear and banana bread, pizza, Maccas, Eric Abetz and negative gearing.
We are unborked! Woo!
Today – the LNP threatens to split in Queensland, as divisions deepen within the Coalition about what to do with racial discrimination laws.
Apologies it’s late – Soundcloud (thanks to Amazon) had a few issues this morning…
(A few things to add this morning – Scott Morrison’s remarks on AM that changing 18C wont deliver any new jobs was an interesting rebuttal. We’ll see how that plays out in the party room)
Today – a report into 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act is handed down, rumours about Malcolm Turnbull’s replacement once he retires from politics, and Centrelink under fire for leaking personal details to Fairfax