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May stares down no-confidence vote

May stares down no-confidence vote

Good morning, early birds. Voting has closed in the no-confidence motion against UK Prime Minister Theresa May, and the Morrison government is set to release the long-awaited Ruddock review into religious freedom. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Shorten to end temporary protection visas

Shorten to end temporary protection visas

Good morning, early birds. Bill Shorten would end temporary protection visas and fast-track citizenship for Australia's "legacy caseload" asylum seekers if elected, and Theresa May faces yet more Brexit hurdles. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Coalition reckons with Danslide

Coalition reckons with Danslide

Good morning, early birds. The Coalition is dealing with the aftermath of Saturday's Victorian election loss, European leaders sign off on Brexit "tragedy", and South Australia prepares ahead of a prison smoking ban. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

The Tories are revolting!

The Tories are revolting!

Negotiating the Brexit deal has taken the Conservative Party to full and open revolt.

Theresa May faces leadership threat

Theresa May faces leadership threat

Good morning, early birds. UK Prime Minister Theresa May is pushing back against the threat of a leadership spill, the Senate passes a ban on foreign donations, and Victorian Liberals leader Matthew Guy pledges subsidies on energy-efficient televisions if he wins the upcoming state election. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Disasters of Brexit expose the fragility of democracy

Disasters of Brexit expose the fragility of democracy

A second Brexit referendum may come to pass -- and would be as genuine expression of democratic vote, despite what Leavers may say -- but if not, it's enough just to see the Tories squirm.

What ally, what fellow conservative? LNP senator wades in to Brexit

What ally, what fellow conservative? LNP senator wades in to Brexit

Forget loyalty to conservative allies -- a Queensland senator is ostentatiously taking pleasure from the troubles of Theresa May.

Brexit of champions now a dog’s dinner

Brexit of champions now a dog’s dinner

Is this the beginning of the end for Theresa May?

Media Files: Graham Richardson anoints Mark Latham ‘king rat’

Media Files: Graham Richardson anoints Mark Latham ‘king rat’

Richo called Latham a "king rat" for abandoning his party in a heated exchange on Sky News.

‘Progressives need to have a hard look at themselves’: Sally Potter

‘Progressives need to have a hard look at themselves’: Sally Potter

While its timing may have been purely providential, The Party is the perfect film for the modern political landscape.