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Wren's Week: Angus Taylor sets the benchmark for political scandal

Another political scandal has erupted in Parliament with Energy Minister Angus Taylor centre stage ...  
The rise and fall of Robodebt

After many months of inflicting suffering on welfare recipients, Centrelink is now having to ...  
Angus Taylor and the Coalition protection racket

If Angus Taylor were a Labor MP, would we even be having a conversation about whether it is right ...  
Frydenberg's Hungarian citizenship not yet ruled out

The Australian has ineptly asserted that a Hungarian ministerial letter verifies Frydenberg’s ...  
JOHN PILGER: Journalism and The Assange Effect

The mainstream media has recently declared a passion for freedom of speech — they are worried ...  
Does the latest Westpac challenge really shock?

Despite the Royal Commission, Westpac operates with a degree of brazen immunity and it's hard to ...  
Illegal Israeli settlements find U.S. support

A U.S. policy shift on the Israel settlements in the Middle East leaves no room for a two-state ...  
Amendments to union-busting Bill made in secret

Labor will not support the Ensuring Integrity Bill under any circumstances, writes William Olso ...  
Impeachment moves against Trump: Getting it out in public

Witnesses have started giving public testimony in the Trump impeachment hearings with the original ...  
JOHN PILGER: Assange's case will define the future of free journalism

John Pilger describes the disturbing scene inside a London courtroom when Julian Assange appeared ...  
'We’re fed up and we will not obey you': Rebellion strikes cities across the world

Street demonstrations have flared up in cities around the world with hallmarks of being one world ...  
Despite amendments, ALP still rejects union-busting Bill

Labor has stated that it will not support the Coalition's Ensuring Integrity Bill, writes William ...  
Labor demands action on wage theft epidemic

Labor is calling for a comprehensive national inquiry into the wage theft epidemic currently ...  
Protesting and boycotting the Morrison Government way

Ahead of the Coalition's signalled changes to protests, boycotts and freedom of speech, executive ...  
Sussan Ley's environmental law circus

Vulnerable species like the koala – and the environment in general – are the losers, while ...  
The whistleblower that stopped the nation

On Cup Day, let's drink to ATO whistleblower Richard Boyle, without whom we may not be able to ...  
The FBI tried to make Iceland a complicit ally in framing Julian Assange

Former Icelandic Interior Minister tells Independent Australia how he blocked U.S. interference ...  
WA mandatory sentencing regime unfairly targets First Nations youth

Indigenous Western Australians are being locked up in droves over ridiculously minor offences. ...  

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