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A Sydney siege inquiry is just what Abbott wants

Crikey readers have their say on the Sydney siege and the challenges facing those in remote indigenous communities.

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Kaspar Wowser

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PM’s rebuke focuses attention on siege intelligence failure

As the Prime Minister publicly questions the AFP and ASIO’s monitoring of Man Monis, an inquiry is now underway into a possible intelligence failure.

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PAUL MILLAR | UNCATEGORIZED | 28

The 2014 Crikeys: Arsehat of the Year

Will it be real-life Bond villain Vladimir Putin? Human yeast infection Redfoo? Or closer to home, our very own Jacqui “Ban the Burqa, Straya!” Lambie? Vote for the worst person of the year — Crikey’s Arsehat 2014!

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Essential: Abbott won’t last as leader, and changing climate views

Voters don’t believe Tony Abbott will be around the lead the Coalition at the next election, today’s Essential Report suggests, as the government ends the year trailing Labor.

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Credlin is not the problem, Abbott and his ministers are

Responsibility for the government’s woes rests not with the PM’s chief of staff but with ministers, from the PM down, who have failed to explain themselves to voters.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 10 UNLOCK?

Faulkner’s retirement a loss across many fronts

Labor Senator John Faulkner’s retirement marks the end of an era in Australian politics.

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Is Qantas scrimping on safety?

Are the recent turnbacks and mechanical mishaps on Qantas planes related to the recent cost-cutting?

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Copyright notice schemes won’t work and consumers will pay

Overseas experience shows copyright notice schemes don’t work — but they do cost consumers money.

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Essential: Abbott ends year with a collapse

The Prime Minister has plumbed new depths in approval as voters sour on the economy, their own circumstances and politics in general, Essential’s latest report shows.

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Senate committee slams parliamentary department over use of CCTV

The Senate privileges committee has issued a damning report on the use of CCTV footage in parliament — and a controversial figure is again under pressure.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 14

Shorten’s higher ground proves elusive

With a chance to convey his vision for Australia in a set-piece speech, Bill Shorten failed to deliver.

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PADDY MANNING | UNCATEGORIZED | 13

Meet the finance academic preaching AGL-onomics

Is Queensland’s electricity grid caught in a death spiral due to its use of solar power? There are some flaws in the good professor’s argument …

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