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Acting Immigration Minister Alan Tudge

Does Australia’s migration system prioritise Australian workers? To find out, we need to look beyond temporary skilled visas

Federal Population Minister Alan Tudge says the government has been "very, very careful" to prioritise Australians and Australian jobs through the visa system. But is that really the full story?

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Closed borders and dwindling migration spell an uncertain future for Australian horticulture

Solving the horticulture industry's reliance on foreign and undocumented workers will require a lot more than just tightening the borders.

Labor Senator Kristina Keneally (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

Temporary migration curb will terrify neoliberals and place new strains on old-school politics

The coming debate over the resumption of migration will pit unusual allies against each other.

The Australian’s Holy War against Kristina Keneally continues

Labor's Home Affairs spokesperson is seriously copping it from News Corp again.

Everyone’s arguing about asylum seekers coming by plane. Here are the facts. 

Labor's Kristina Keneally has been blaming the Coalition for the surge in the number of asylum seekers arriving by plane. Does her accusation hold water?

Labor Senator Kristina Keneally (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

ISIS families highlight Labor’s philosophical dilemma

The internal fight over repatriating the families of ISIS fighters highlights the ultimate problem facing the ALP.

The Australian picks its next Holy War target

Opposition home affairs spokesperson Kristina Keneally has copped a torrent of flak from News Corp for supporting the Biloela Tamil family. How far will the The Australian go in its latest Holy War?

Mark Latham at the 2019 Conservative Political Action Conference (Image: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

Indulgence of right-wing extremism will send us the way of the US

The failure of conservatives to condemn and punish the extreme right-wing is steadily coarsening Australian politics. The result will be similar to the gutter standards of the US.

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton

Senate outcry after review of Home Affairs produces ‘no report’

Good morning, early birds. The government claims that a multi-million dollar strategic review of Home Affairs has produced no report, and Australia's peak criminal agency turns its attention to the casinos. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Labor changes position again in the government’s war on scrutiny

Labor's inconsistency on oversight of security agencies has left a crucial missing link on the response to the government's attacks on those who would subject it to scrutiny.

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