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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's recall of Parliament to secure a July 2 election has delivered unintended and potentially
The Australian Building and Construction Commission bills have been defeated, just as we all knew they would be. If Malcolm
This double dissolution thing just got very real. Not that it has made the circumstances leading up to it any less strange
It comes down to eight. The eight crossbench senators hold the keys to when a federal election will be held. If they support
Jacqui Lambie will be voting against the construction corruption watchdog legislation, but managed to keep her sense of humour
Hands up who likes double dissolutions? Governor General Peter Cosgrove could be charged with making it happen. Help! What
Opposition leader Bill Shorten says Malcolm Turnbull is in "full panic mode" following the Prime Minister's decision to recall
It's on. PM Malcolm Turnbull has drawn up the lines of battle, pinned his ultimatum to the wall -- "pass my Australian Building and Construction Commission bills, or face an early election."
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has organised for Parliament to be recalled three weeks early, to debate a series of Bills
CANBERRA -- The Abbott Government has another double dissolution election trigger in its arsenal after the Senate last night