Most vulnerable Republicans in 2018 taking heat over family separation pred 3 urami in 15 minutami While President Donald Trump doubles down on the incendiary immigration rhetoric that excited his base in 2016, the most vulnerable Republicans in 2018 find themselves under renewed attack from Democrats over the administration's "zero tolerance" policy at the border.
Coalition's tax plan on a knife edge – politics live pred 3 urami in 21 minutami The government and Labor have spent the night negotiating with the crossbench. All the day’s events, live 1.41am BST As Katharine Murphy reported, the government is funding a study into workplace harassment – because once you report something to HR, then what?Kelly O’Dwyer announced the study with the Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins this morning. Here is the statement her office sent out: 1.29am BST Scott Morrison has spoken on the news Telstra is to slash 30% of its workforce – 8,000 people:Like all Australians, I am very disappointed to learn that news, but there is only one thing that I can say in response – that the government has been working hard to ensure that the economy that they will go back into now, to find another job, there are more jobs in that economy today than there was before. Continue reading...(The Guardian)