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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.

Will Morrison fix anything by rearranging the deckchairs in Canberra?

Will Morrison fix anything by rearranging the deckchairs in Canberra?

Crikey readers question the wisdom of Scott Morrison's public service shakeup, and ask what — if anything — the government hopes to achieve.

Australia is leaving its intelligence officers behind

Australia is leaving its intelligence officers behind

Crikey readers respond to the case of 'Witness J' and Australia's neglect of its intelligence personnel, while elsewhere readers discuss the dark legacy of Trump mentor Roy Cohn and lament the death of medivac policy.

Want to fix banking culture? Here's where to start.

Want to fix banking culture? Here's where to start.

Crikey readers discuss the drastic steps needed to fix the broken culture steering Australia's banks, while elsewhere readers enter the ongoing religious freedom debate.

What the CPRS could (and should) have been

What the CPRS could (and should) have been

Crikey readers unpack the CPRS and the ongoing fight for effective climate action, while former PM Kevin Rudd drops us another line to reaffirm his legacy.

What will wake Australia up to the police state?

What will wake Australia up to the police state?

Crikey readers on the growing police state in Australia, while elsewhere readers remember the work of late author Clive James.

A stain on Australia's honour

A stain on Australia's honour

Crikey readers discuss the ongoing outrage of Australia's persecution of Witness K and Bernard Collaery, and elsewhere question Scott Morrison's mysterious call to the NSW police commissioner about beleaguered MP Angus Taylor.

Another failed attempt at integrity

Another failed attempt at integrity

Crikey go in on Christian Porter's toothless 'integrity commission', decry the Witness K trial fiasco, and discuss the ongoing fallout at Westpac.