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Turnbull Makes Quick Call To Cory Bernardi Before Settling On Which Tie To Wear Today – The Shovel

Source: Turnbull Makes Quick Call To Cory Bernardi Before Settling On Which Tie To Wear Today – The Shovel

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Malcolm Turnbull chooses the truth defence, even if it means war with Tony Abbott

Malcolm Turnbull has shown, albeit reluctantly, that he will take on his predecessor publicly, if he must. Source: Malcolm Turnbull chooses the truth defence, even if it means war with Tony Abbott

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How Bill Shorten has the tactical edge on Malcolm Turnbull

Most of us have highly stereotypical, caricatured views of the parties’ respective strengths and weaknesses. Source: How Bill Shorten has the tactical edge on Malcolm Turnbull

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Trainwreck Tax Plan: The Wheels Are Falling Off Turnbull’s Government – New Matilda

Income tax for the states. Really? Yes, really. That’s the plan Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is putting to the states and territories at the Council of Australian Governments meeting tomorrow in Canberra. The Coalition has been looking ragged for much … Continue reading

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Turnbull restores hope for Australian Muslims

Junaid Cheema discusses Turnbull’s approach of restoring confidence for the Muslim community and addressing the issues of extremism. Source: Turnbull restores hope for Australian Muslims

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Frank Brennan warns Turnbull marriage equality plebiscite could turn ‘very nasty’ | Australia news | The Guardian

Human rights lawyer and prominent Jesuit priest Father Frank Brennan says ‘religious freedom’ should be legislated into same-sex marriage law Source: Frank Brennan warns Turnbull marriage equality plebiscite could turn ‘very nasty’ | Australia news | The Guardian

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Theoretical Malcolm and the ‘consequences’ of refugees: #LetThemStay

Malcolm Turnbull’s assertion that showing any compassion will result in adverse consequences for the nation is unsupported by the evidence, writes Jay Holstrom, dispelling some myths. Source: Theoretical Malcolm and the ‘consequences’ of refugees: #LetThemStay

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950 Academics Beg Malcolm Turnbull Not To Send Kids To Detention

The Federal Government is facing increasing pressure over its plans to send 72 children to Nauru as part of its controversial asylum seeker policy. There are currently 79 children in detention and Source: 950 Academics Beg Malcolm Turnbull Not To … Continue reading

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Malcolm Turnbull slaps down the military option in Syria, calls for compromise

Malcolm Turnbull believes “pragmatism and compromise” is the key to Syria and the terrorism it fuels, as an unstated international consensus emerges which could see a temporary reprieve for the brutal dictator President Basharal-Assad, leaving him in place while a … Continue reading

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Doors open under new PM as Julie Bishop attends UN General Assembly

Doors firmly closed with Tony Abbott as Prime Minister have mysteriously swung open. Source: Doors open under new PM as Julie Bishop attends UN General Assembly

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How it happened: Inside the Malcolm Turnbull leadership coup. More plausible than Andrew Bolt

‘This guy has got to go, and it has to happen before Christmas,’ Malcolm Turnbull said of Tony Abbott a month ago in conversation with colleagues. Source: How it happened: Inside the Malcolm Turnbull leadership coup

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Prime Minister Turnbull and the end of Abbottland

Contributing editor-at-large Tess Lawrence hopes that the ascension of Malcolm Turnbull to the prime ministership will usher in a better and less brutal form of politics. Source: Prime Minister Turnbull and the end of Abbottland

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The NBN: why it’s slow, expensive and obsolete

Comment: The delays and cost blowouts have been much worse under the Coalition. Source: The NBN: why it’s slow, expensive and obsolete

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Hands off the ABC: Turnbull should resign his commission

Hands off the ABC: Turnbull should resign his commission.

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Turnbull’s new media regulations and the cranky old crocodile

By proposing new regulations to cover Australia’s media, Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has started a war with cranky old press propagandist and pay TV monopolist Rupert Murdoch, writes Rodney E. Lever. ‘A government can no more regulate the news that it … Continue reading

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Rupert Murdoch: Malcolm Turnbull’s media law plans ‘suit buddies at Nine’ | Media | The Guardian

Rupert Murdoch: Malcolm Turnbull’s media law plans ‘suit buddies at Nine’ | Media | The Guardian.

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Syndicated Radio Host Michael Berry: White People Don’t Kill People The Way Black People Do Berry: “Black People Don’t Believe That Black Lives Matter” 2GB Radio has taken over 3AW. Allow Murdoch to make inroads into Australian radio and we can expect this.

Syndicated radio host Michael Berry commented on the beating of a teenage girl at a New York City restaurant by saying, “You know why white lives matter? Because that’s what white people believe. The dirty little secret is, black people … Continue reading

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Malcolm Turnbull: the man to put Australia on the map

  Malcolm Turnbull: the man to put Australia on the map.

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More time would suit new Malcolm Turnbull: Time is on our side as well Turnbull. You could get blamed for Abbott’s future fuck ups.

Annabel Crabb If the motion to spill the leadership of the Liberal Party leadership succeeds, the main prospect as a challenger is and has always been Malcolm Turnbull, who has transformed himself to a milder, more patient and less pushy … Continue reading

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Signs of mutiny on the Good Ship Abbott

We’ve known for some time that the Good Ship Abbott was in trouble, and with MPs now seemingly jostling for position could it be a case of man overboard? Paula Matthewson writes. That sound you hear is the whisper of … Continue reading

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The Liberal Party conundrum: Abbott must stay and go

The Liberal Party conundrum: Abbott must stay and go.

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