Turnbull said leaders had no higher responsibility than to keep people safe.
And he put it all on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
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The PM says safety and privacy go hand in hand.
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The state is toughening laws to deal with any "unacceptable" post-sentence risk.
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The PM wants states and territories working together to fight terrorism.
As many as 3000 youth suicide attempts could be averted each year with a ‘Yes’ vote.
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The Coalition is also prepared to limit exports to protect the national supply.
We wouldn't stand for this postal survey if it was about any other group in society.
The PM has posted his survey.
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"I believe in human rights and that's largely why I hate Tony Abbott because he doesn't believe in any human rights".
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It's not about Labor or Liberal, it's about love.
"Many, many thousands of innocent people will die," Turnbull said.
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The Trump-imposed 'extreme vetting' has limited the number initially accepted.
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At least 29 people were injured.
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Children are targets and it's not right.
The former PM is a "no" man.
'We cannot leave LGBTIQ Australians and their families on their own through this process'.
But "Blackout Bill" aint no carbon tax.
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Bill Shorten is a Slytherin and coal is Voldemort, apparently.
Malcolm Turnbull is officially voting 'Yes'.
Here's what happens now the High Court ruled it can go ahead.
'We are ready to win this, and win this convincingly'.
The full bench of the High Court ruled on two challenges to the government's survey.
Australia could remain neutral without hurting its U.S. alliance.
Turnbull declared he had absolute confidence in Trump's handling of the crisis.
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'Spirit Walker' Clinton Pryor walked 5600km from WA to be in Canberra.
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It is the second call between the two leaders. The first didn't end well.
And when will the transcript leak?
He shut it down after days of taunts from the government.
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The former prime minister has another shirtfront moment.
Shorten's "policy pitch" is a clear union agenda dressed up as an attempt to deal with inequality.