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Is Facebook really committed to combating fake news?

Is Facebook really committed to combating fake news?

Facebook says it's taking the war on fake news seriously... but that it shouldn't be expected to.

Was the writing on the wall for Labor?

Was the writing on the wall for Labor?

Crikey readers respond to Guy Rundle's dissection of the Labor election post-mortem. Many readers think the answers aren't complicated, some think the problems go deeper, and others believe that the ALP isn't the truly dysfunctional party in the room.

Who reviewed the Labor review?

Who reviewed the Labor review?

The 91-page report has given every pundit and politician enough room to argue a point.

Election review reminds us that nobody does failure like Labor

Election review reminds us that nobody does failure like Labor

Labor's long-awaited review into its 2019 election defeat is a masterclass of how not to run a campaign, revealing a seemingly impossible level of disorganisation behind the scenes. But hey, it looks nice.

Forget what <em>we</em> think, does Indonesia really care about a trade deal with Australia?

Forget what we think, does Indonesia really care about a trade deal with Australia?

Australia and Indonesia are closing in on a historic free trade deal. However the agreement still faces some stiff hurdles, both at home and abroad.

Will Labor find its vision?

Will Labor find its vision?

Crikey readers on Labor, the drought and the economy.

Nice try, but Labor needs to decide what it really stands for

Nice try, but Labor needs to decide what it really stands for

Unless Labor's leaders do some more significant soul-searching than superficial posturing on jobs, then they're heading for a repeat of 2019.

UK parliament secures three month Brexit extension

UK parliament secures three month Brexit extension

Good morning, early birds. UK parliament has secured a Brexit extension amid a push for an early election, and a beleaguered Julian Assange appeals to the government for assistance. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

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.

‘Farcical’ Queen’s speech pushes October Brexit

‘Farcical’ Queen’s speech pushes October Brexit

Good morning, early birds. Critics have denounced the Queen's speech to parliament as a 'farce', and Penny Wong fires back at Scott Morrison's new nationalistic rhetoric. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.