Crikey September 29, 2017 3 Comments
Dutton's version includes the lyric "I’d rather die than live in a gender-fluid world".
Greg Barns September 29, 2017 4 Comments
Earlier this year, the PNG Supreme Court declared Australia's offshore detention program on Manus Island unlawful, expecting Australia would be sufficiently chastened, and take steps to wind back its illegal activities. That, however, is not what happened.
Greg Barns September 18, 2017 3 Comments
Mr Khalil's visa was denied on the basis of a conviction in a kangaroo court -- the Israeli military court system. But don't expect that to matter to Peter Dutton.
Sally Whyte September 14, 2017 9 Comments
The clock is ticking on Dutton's citizenship rules after a motion from the Greens and some lucky timing.
Crikey September 8, 2017 1 Comment
Is Joel Bowden mulling a political career? ... Culleton knows the law ... Guardian has it both ways ...
Greg Barns September 6, 2017 25 Comments
Peter Dutton has used secret information to cancel AJ Graham's visa. The High Court said no dice. But an hour after the judgment, Dutton doubled down and canceled his visa again.
Michael Bradley September 1, 2017 26 Comments
Peter Dutton has sent an unequivocal signal that he holds the human rights of asylum seekers to be non-existent, insignificant or, at best, an inconvenience. Which might turn out to be bad news for his own department.
Crikey August 29, 2017 7 Comments
Capitalism rushes in where culture wars fear to tread ... Pauline Hanson, jailbird ... Peter Dutton, actual potato ...
Michael Bradley August 29, 2017 22 Comments
The government's recent announcement that the few asylum seekers on Australian soil will have their support cut off seems needlessly cruel. But it is actually part of a considered plan to avoid judicial responsibility.
Sally Whyte August 28, 2017 22 Comments
The government has announced it will stop providing welfare to asylum seekers living in Australia for medical treatment. But how many such people are there, how did they get here in the first place, and is the move really about preventing a court challenge?