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We shan’t fight him on the breaches

Good morning, early birds. Boris Johnson has refused to sack senior adviser and Brexit mastermind Dominic Cummings over multiple lockdown breaches, and despite the $60 billion error, Josh Frydenberg stands firm on the JobKeeper eligibility criteria. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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China supports ‘comprehensive review’

Good morning, early birds. Chinese President Xi Jinping announces support for a comprehensive review once the pandemic is under control, and Angus Taylor is set to release a climate policy review today. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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Where do the unions stand on Labor’s climate dilemma?

Crikey asked Australia's biggest unions what kind of climate policies they want. The answers show they're divided.

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When the sea claims your house, who do you sue? It’s legal quicksand

Australian beaches have been disappearing faster and with more permanence, no question; the causes are not so simple and neither are the legal consequences.

The science behind our vanishing beaches

We are already seeing the impact of climate change on our coastal communities. The way forward demands difficult conversations and challenging decisions.

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The tragedy of the horizon: why action is needed now

When it comes to solutions to the problem of Australia's eroding coastline, there's some good news... and a whole lot of bad news.

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Is Scott Morrison really a climate denialist? A linguist turned his skills to the task

A closer look at Scott Morrison's words show that he may be saying more about his party's attitudes than originally intended.

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Switch your media today

Divest your attention. Unsubscribe from media that’s on the wrong side of history.

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Blowback: after the fires, will the politics of climate change actually change?

The death of science is fueling climate denialism across the class divide.

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Crikey readers wrestle with Arsehat of the year — so many choices, so little time

Crikey readers debate who most deserves to be Crikey's Arsehat of the Year, and discuss the UK election, and Scott Morrison's attitude to climate protesters.