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Topic: Alexander Downer
Witness K's lawyer Bernard Collaery (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

Porter’s Collaery cover-up gets legal blessing, but is Labor starting to do its job?

As the government scores a win in its shameful secret prosecution of Bernard Collaery, it seems like Labor is finally starting to wake up.

Tony Abbott and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Budapest (Image: Hungarian Prime Minister's Press Office/EPA)

Where’s the outrage about conservatives fawning over Hungary’s far-right?

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán made his name by employing ethnonationalism and anti-Semitism. Where's the outcry about his Australian cheer squad?

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Morrison blasts UN’s ‘negative globalism’

Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison has taken a swipe at the UN, and the Russia probe escalates as Alexander Downer rejects Republican claims he was "directed" to contact the Trump election campaign. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

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With his promise to Trump, Morrison sells Australia’s soul

The Australian government has offered its full support to Donald Trump's investigation of the FBI's Russia probe. The fact that the investigation is bullshit doesn't seem to matter.

Alexander Downer (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

The unfortunate legacy of Alexander Downer

The conservative, Queen-loving Alexander Downer will forever be remembered, in the US at least, as the Australian who kicked off the Mueller investigation. That's got to sting a bit.

Another string to Downer’s colonial bow

The former foreign minister, now ex-pat, has found a gig close to his heart.

Downer bells the cat: Coalition set to renew its war on industry super

The issue has been dormant for a few months, but expect the Liberals to go after industry super again if they're returned to government.

MP turned lobbyist Santo Santoro resigns from the Howard ministry in 2007 (Image: AAP/Mark Graham)

Selling access: a who’s who of politicians-turned-lobbyists

The ranks of lobby groups in Australia will always be teeming with ex-politicians. Crikey takes a look at a few notable examples...

Why is Alexander Downer so obsessed with the People’s Choice Awards?

The far-right show must go on, the Oz finally finds what they're looking for, and is there trouble at the Victorian State Revenue Office?