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Perrett breaks Labor’s long silence on K, Collaery

Perrett breaks Labor’s long silence on K, Collaery

A federal Labor MP has finally spoken out about the government's malicious campaign of intimidation against Witness K and Bernard Collaery.

‘Witness J’ case lifts the veil on failure to support intelligence officials

‘Witness J’ case lifts the veil on failure to support intelligence officials

How much support are intelligence agencies giving their officers? Growing pressures on our intelligence officials may well harm our national security.

Morrison demonstrates how to use the police in a police state

Morrison demonstrates how to use the police in a police state

This week has served up example after example of how Australia under the Coalition is a police state.

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.

Porter denies delaying Collaery trial, while delaying Collaery trial

Porter denies delaying Collaery trial, while delaying Collaery trial

Christian Porter has again succeeded in delaying the trial of Bernard Collaery — but, absurdly, his barrister claims he's not responsible for any delays.

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.

Porter tries to drag out Collaery trial yet again

Porter tries to drag out Collaery trial yet again

The attorney-general will attempt to push his secret prosecution of Witness K and Bernard Collaery into 2020.

Are politicians hypocrites or just deeply confused?

Are politicians hypocrites or just deeply confused?

After backing the government's attacks on journalists and whistleblowers for the last six years, Labor might want to keep a low profile when it comes to media freedom.

Assange has extradition delay denied

Assange has extradition delay denied

Good morning, early birds. Julian Assange has been denied a delay in his fight against extradition, and there are new calls for an independent parliamentary body for defence and intelligence whistleblowers. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Timor-Leste draws a line. Will Australia respect it?

Timor-Leste draws a line. Will Australia respect it?

Scott Morrison was playing nice over the weekend, but Australia has proved time and time again that it's hard-pressed to respect Timor-Leste's sovereignty.