Sydney’s brothel barons have cast serious doubt on the integrity of the former prostitute claiming to have had sex with Craig Thomson, writes Chris Seage, owner of Brothel Busters and a former consultant to the NSW sex industry.
The House of Representatives has the power to imprison for up to six months an individual found to be in contempt of Parliament by the privileges committee, and it’s a punishment they’ve doled out before, reports Scott Barnes.
id the absurd idea to have Pauline Hanson track down passport forgers and other naughty people in Asia on Today Tonight cost the program tens of thousands of viewers? From the ratings, the answer is yes. Plus other media news.
Crikey media wrap: Troubled MP Craig Thomson took to Parliament yesterday to finally address the slew of allegations that have been made against him. Here’s a look at how the commentariat viewed Craig Thomson Day.
Last weekend Julia Gillard said she welcomed debate in Parliament on a code of conduct for members, the introduction of which she promised as part of an agreement with independents that allowed Labor to form government.
I spent some time going back and looking at the Hansard record of how Julia Gillard has handled over the past few months the allegations about Craig Thomson and his behaviour at the Health Services union.