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‘Do your research, maggot’ … Foxtel merger done deal … insert headline here …

‘Do your research, maggot’ … Foxtel merger done deal … insert headline here …

Emily Watkins December 7, 2017 3 Comments

Labor MP Brian Mitchell has called ABC journalist Matt Wordsworth a maggot as he was trying to interview former dual citizen Justine Keay outside Parliament

Crikey Worm: secret dual citizens put on notice

Max Chalmers November 7, 2017

Good morning, early birds. The Prime Minister has finally moved to put an end to the dual citizenship scandal undermining his government, and 2017 now tipped to be the third hottest year on record. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

Crikey Worm: Palaszczuk calls an early election

Max Chalmers October 30, 2017 1 Comment

Good morning, early birds. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has called the state election early, and the Citizenship Seven drama has stranded the federal government in unknown political waters. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

Crikey Worm: scorned solicitor-general returns to haunt the government

Max Chalmers October 12, 2017 2 Comments

Good morning, early birds. A familiar face returns to haunt the government at the High Court, and One Nation relegates Queensland's LNP to preference purgatory after a kerfuffle in Western Australia. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

Crikey Worm: ignorance is bliss for five of ‘citizenship seven’

Max Chalmers October 11, 2017 1 Comment

Good morning, early birds. The Solicitor-General pleads ignorance to the High Court on behalf of senators and MPs found to be dual citizens, and Julie Bishop refuses to take a stand on marriage equality. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

Two weeks is a long time in politics: the ever-changing citizenship status of Malcolm Roberts

Crikey July 28, 2017 10 Comments

We break down every position Malcolm Roberts has held on his own citizenship in the past two weeks. Crikey intern Angus McCubbing and Crikey deputy editor Sally Whyte try to find the answers.