The Hayne royal commission interim report is a missile fired at the neoliberal fantasy at the heart of financial services regulation in Australia.
The interim report of the banking royal commission has been released and as expected it is harsh on the banks, AMP and regulators.
Labor is waving through legislation that goes against its own policy, and is simultaneously worried about rising trade barriers but also wants to raise our own. Go figure.
The behaviour of life insurance companies is egregious, and regulation won't fix it. Governments must step in and re-establish government insurance companies.
Some farmers may fear the needle attack could stop consumers buying strawberries, but the contamination crisis is unlikely to make a major on impact growers’ woes.
The Labor Party's support for the Trans Pacific Partnership in the face of overwhelming evidence and its own policy confirms that voters are right to be disgusted with the cynicism of the major parties.
The comprehensive failings of the insurance industry on display in the financial services royal commission demonstrate the need for much harsher penalties.
A report touting the benefits of building dams in Northern Australia says anything but, despite the efforts of Matt Canavan to spin it.
Is the Morrison government serious about addressing financial services regulation? We don't even know who's responsible for it in the new ministry.