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Time discrepancies and the strange lack of interest in Ashby affair

A peculiar double standard seems to apply in coverage of the Ashby affair versus the AWU scandal, with a blogger the one unveiling possible issues for Tony Abbott.

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Salvos doing a dirty job, but someone had to do it

Crikey readers weigh in on the issues of the day.

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Crikey Calling #4: the Peter Slipper affair

In this week’s Christmas party hangover edition of Crikey Calling, Bernard is joined by editor Jason Whittaker and deputy editor Cathy Alexander to talk about the fallout from the Peter Slipper-James Ashby ruling and also predict what might happen in federal politics in 2013.

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Coalition with questions to answer

Crikey readers weigh in.

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Media briefs: Bolt’s breach … 2012 radio ratings … Tele buries Slipper …

Andrew Bolt has gotten into trouble with the press watchdog over his climate change coverage. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Richard Farmer’s political snippets: Libs a bunch of gutless wonders

The Liberals ran away in fear yesterday when it came to commenting on the Slipper case, as well they might. A truly disgraceful episode.

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Gina isn’t that bad

Crikey readers weigh in.

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Ashby v Slipper: court dismissal and no winners — least of all taxpayers

There have been no winners from the James Ashby v Peter Slipper sexual harassment case, which was thrown out of the Federal Court this morning. Crikey was in court for the verdict.

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‘I think Steve Lewis would agree’: Tele silent on Ashby case

The Daily Telegraph has failed to cover a bombshell barrage of secret correspondence between its most-read journalist, LNP political hack James Ashby, and a cabal of operatives hell-bent on knifing House of Representatives Speaker Peter Slipper.

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Shield laws on trial in Peter Slipper case

The Peter Slipper case today will be the first test of the shield laws since their introduction.

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Ashby is no Grech moment…unless you’re Mal Brough

The Ashby saga is unlikely to do much damage to the opposition but it will do plenty to Mal Brough, once touted as a future leader.

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