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Charlie Lewis

Journalist

Charlie Lewis — Journalist

Charlie writes chiefly about industrial relations, politics, culture and social services.

Do I have to tell a prospective employer if I have mental health issues?

Do I have to tell a prospective employer if I have mental health issues?

A recent job ad at Fairfax raises some important questions.

Is Benjamin Netanyahu going to be charged with corruption?

Is Benjamin Netanyahu going to be charged with corruption?

The long standing Israeli Prime Minister could be in trouble, but the road to indictment is long.

That was then, this is now: the evolution of the 'bonk ban'

That was then, this is now: the evolution of the 'bonk ban'

Malcolm Turnbull has finally introduced his ban on boning-down in Parliament House (affectionately known as the bonk ban), leaving more than a few ministers red in the face.

Hi, this is Christian, he'll be your Attorney-General from now on

Hi, this is Christian, he'll be your Attorney-General from now on

Who is Christian Porter exactly, and why do so many people think he'll be PM one day?

One of the ugliest beefs in federal politics has finally come to a head

One of the ugliest beefs in federal politics has finally come to a head

What role has Tony Windsor played in Barnaby Joyce's downfall?

Australia’s most notorious political turncoats -- Part II

Australia’s most notorious political turncoats -- Part II

Crikey continues the investigation into Australia's legendary ship-jumpers.

The notable disagreement between Bernardi and Shelton

The notable disagreement between Bernardi and Shelton

Senator Cory Bernardi and his new employee, Lyle Shelton, were as one when it came to marriage equality, but there are noteworthy differences of opinion in other areas.

Australia's most notorious political turncoats -- Part I

Australia's most notorious political turncoats -- Part I

Martin Hamilton-Smith may hold the current trophy for ship-jumping, but Crikey has learned of a few leaders of wobbly loyalty who would give him a run for his money.

Does the ABCC directive on union logos breach the constitution?

Does the ABCC directive on union logos breach the constitution?

The ABCC code is looking to ban the "logos, mottos and indicia" of unions on building sites. Does this breach our right to political communication?

New corrections policy accused of putting West Australian prisoners' health at risk

New corrections policy accused of putting West Australian prisoners' health at risk

Western Australia's peak medical body says a "short-term cost-cutting measure" is putting prisoners' health at risk.