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Jun 9, 2017

Crikey Worm: Comey accuses White House of lies, polls close in UK election and Finkel report due today

Federal prisons for terrorists, Finkel not fickle on energy sources, and UK election winds up and it doesn't look good for Theresa May. It's the news you need to know, by Josh Taylor and Max Chalmers.

Josh Taylor — Journalist

Josh Taylor



Former FBI director James Comey has gone on the record in front of a Senate Select Committee today, accusing Donald Trump of firing him because of his Bureau’s Russia investigation, alleging the administration defamed him and lied, and testifying that Trump personally pushed him to drop an investigation into former national security advisor Michael Flynn. Comey also revealed he told a friend to leak his memo of the meeting to a reporter in response to a tweet from Trump warning Comey that he should hope there aren’t any recordings of their conversations.

We’ll have a full report on the two days of tumult surrounding Comey’s testimony in Crikey later today.

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  1. Ken Done

    >Victoria, South Australia, and Western Australia are pushing for a proposal for federal prisons to house the most dangerous prisons — including those charged with terrorism offences

    As we move towards indefinite detention without trial, it is time for shifting the cost to the Commonwealth.

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