Friday, February 28, 2020
The Liberal Party’s peak council has voted almost 2:1 to privatise the ABC but cabinet ministers have assured the public they will not sell off the public broadcaster because their party is not based on...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has successfully delayed a vote to end discrimination against LGBTQI students in private schools by delivering a pithy sermon to journalists gathered in the prime minister’s courtyard. Morrison expressed concern that Christian...
Australian Conservatives senator Cory Bernardi says people must be sacked because he has been offended by an ABC comedy sketch. “My party was called a ‘c***’, this is awful, I won’t be able to sleep at...
The government has clocked off at 4:30 p.m. on the dot today claiming that the pending encryption bill is not as important as their security of catching an early flight home for their 3-month holiday. Scott...
The National Party, responding to sexual harassment claims against Barnaby Joyce, have rejected calls to release the final report of their internal investigation saying it would violate the Seal of Confession. “It would be a violation...
Parliament erupted during Question Time today after Prime Minister Scott Morrison accused Labor of “behaving in an anti-Semitic way”. It all began when Deputy Opposition Leader Tanya Plibersek asked Mr Morrison about his decision to consider...
Australia is considering a potential move to deregister its latest prime minister for using children to earn political points. Australia says the former immigration minister Scott Morrison was a key figure in the “boat turn-back strategy”...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has delivered a rebuke to crossbenchers calling for the removal of children from Nauru, declaring: “I make no apology for abusing children on Nauru”. As medical professionals continued to call for their...
Coalition advisors have celebrated a well-conceived policy initiative of placing the opposition leader’s given name into a bad sounding word. ‘Unbelieva-Bill’ is now set to give the government a much-needed boost in the polls next week. The...
Key figures of the Malcolm Turnbull government in the Senate have announced their full support to the winning side. Finance Minsiter Mathias Cormann, Communications Minister Mitch Fifield and Minister of Employment Michaelia Cash have confirmed their...