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Crikey readers have their say on the stories of the day.

Correction: Treasury Wines

Correction: Treasury Wines

An article published in Crikey on March 4 contained a number of errors about Treasury Wines.

Greyhound industry bites back

Greyhound industry bites back

A letter from the chief executive officer of the NSW Greyhound Welfare & Integrity Commission.

The sky's the limit for Arsehats of the Year

The sky's the limit for Arsehats of the Year

Crikey readers react to Angus Taylor winning the coveted 2019 Crikey Arsehat of the Year (and wonder where the award could take him), while elsewhere readers discuss the deadly airbag recall, and we receive a word from Fred Nile.

Can the government be trusted to run disability support services?

Can the government be trusted to run disability support services?

Crikey readers question the federal government's track record on disability support (and other services) and offer some insight into alternatives, while elsewhere readers react to Crikey's politician of the year.

The unanswered questions of the religious freedom bill

The unanswered questions of the religious freedom bill

Crikey readers question Scott Morrison's religious freedom bill, and elsewhere discuss Labour's steps after the UK election, and the need for organ donation.

The Coalition finally comes clean on stagnation

The Coalition finally comes clean on stagnation

Crikey readers respond to the government finally facing the music on the reality of stagnating wages and a failing economy, while elsewhere readers react to Westpac's apology.

Crikey readers wrestle with Arsehat of the year — so many choices, so little time

Crikey readers wrestle with Arsehat of the year — so many choices, so little time

Crikey readers debate who most deserves to be Crikey's Arsehat of the Year, and discuss the UK election, and Scott Morrison's attitude to climate protesters.

Should sports doping be allowed?

Should sports doping be allowed?

Crikey readers go in on the scourge of sports-doping, ineffective regulation and dodgy sports administration — and make a case for doping's place in modern sports.

The case for a second Brexit referendum

The case for a second Brexit referendum

Crikey readers respond to Guy Rundle's questioning of a (seemingly inevitable) Conservative victory in the UK election, and elsewhere discuss agriculture and productivity in a rapidly drying Australia.

How can we trust the political class again?

How can we trust the political class again?

Crikey readers respond in force when asked what it would take for them to trust the government after years of inaction, disappointment and broken promises.