Stephen Mayne February 1, 2016 6 Comments
If the media get on the political donations reform bandwagon, it will hard for Turnbull and Shorten to twiddle their thumbs.
Bernard Keane June 17, 2015 34 Comments
With Labor too incompetent and embarrassed to investigate the bribery of people smugglers, there are no mechanisms for investigating criminal conduct by intelligence agencies.
Bernard Keane May 5, 2015 7 Comments
The way we oversee security agencies has improved in recent months, but big reforms are still needed.
Crikey December 12, 2014
Crikey readers have their say about John Faulkner and who might support the GP co-payment.
Bernard Keane December 11, 2014 11 Comments
Labor Senator John Faulkner's retirement marks the end of an era in Australian politics.
Bernard Keane December 5, 2014 21 Comments
The Senate privileges committee has issued a damning report on the use of CCTV footage in parliament -- and a controversial figure is again under pressure.
Bernard Keane October 17, 2014 14 Comments
The powerful Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security wants significant changes to the government's "foreign fighters" legislation -- and a much greater future role for itself in overseeing legislation.
William Bowe October 9, 2014 3 Comments
Senator John Faulkner's call for reform of the Labor Party does not shy away from the party's largest ally -- trade unions.
Bernard Keane October 8, 2014 7 Comments
John Faulkner has gone further than ever before in urging Labor Party reform -- but his analysis of the threats and opportunities to his party is every bit as important.