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"That is murder. You're killing all these people."
Those weddings need to be planned, but Christmas may be a little too soon.
We surely can't drag this out any longer.
Only Scott Ludlam and Malcolm Roberts were wrongfully elected, he argued.
The real bad guys will not be stopped -- nor even slightly inconvenienced -- by this poorly researched, uninformed thought-bubble legislation.
The former prime minister has another shirtfront moment.
"We should recognise the 26th of January for what it is... -- a day that started the on-going genocide of our people."
The timeline of a senator learning about her U.K. dual citizenship.
And the condemnation didn't stop there.
Just when you thought this week couldn't get wilder.
The Government wants the ALP to come clean about its potential role in exposing Barnaby Joyce's dual citizenship.
And his colleagues are going on the attack, accusing Labor of a foreign conspiracy.
Under-fire senator defends himself over citizenship fiasco.
Gillian Triggs left the Human Rights Commission yesterday with "no regrets" and a few things to say.
The Immigration Minister wanted it. He got it. And it is quite a big deal.
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Changes to spare 're-traumatisation' of victims.
The plan is still light on detail, however.
He also said marriage equality will happen 'sooner than everyone thinks'.
There's relief in legal circles, while Labor says it is a "humiliating backdown".
The Tasmanian senator has been angered by funding cuts to the community legal centres.
It shows the AG did not meet who he said he met.
But the US will 'make the ultimate decision'.
The big surprise was when we got to refugee policy.
'I'm not going to quote a section.'
It will be signed by December 2017.
Maverick senator is now an independent.
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Are fireworks on the harbour an "official function" or not?
Yes, Brandis has been reading up on Tony Abbott's demise.
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Attorney-General George Brandis and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann will face questions from a Labor-Greens inquiry into whether the federal government instructed former solicitor-general, Justin Gle...
You know what that means.