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Either Michaelia Cash or the Australian Federal Police are lying. Which is it?

Either Michaelia Cash or the Australian Federal Police are lying. Which is it?

Someone has lied to the Senate's legal and constitutional affairs estimates committee this week: either the most senior police officers in the country, or Michaelia Cash.

Michaelia Cash: a portrait of a politician under oath

Michaelia Cash: a portrait of a politician under oath

While giving testimony on 2017's AWU raid scandal, Cash seemed to have one brief: 'don't give them a headline'.

Cash, Keenan, the DPP face serious questions over the AWU scandal

Cash, Keenan, the DPP face serious questions over the AWU scandal

Two ministers refused to properly cooperate with an Australian Federal Police investigation, with indications that evidence was destroyed in the case. Where's the media outrage?

The Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecution can’t be trusted with Cash referral

The Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecution can’t be trusted with Cash referral

Crikey readers have a few things to say about the likelihood of Michaelia Cash being prosecuted.

Cash scandal a major test for Commonwealth prosecutor

Cash scandal a major test for Commonwealth prosecutor

A failure by the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions to put Michaelia Cash's staff on trial in relation to the AWU raids would send a grave signal about the independence of that office.

As the subpoenas fly, we resume playing our favourite game: ‘Where’s Michaelia?’

As the subpoenas fly, we resume playing our favourite game: ‘Where’s Michaelia?’

Once again Michaelia Cash is in hiding as the Federal Court issues a subpoena for her in the AWU case.

Why so shy, Michaelia?

Why so shy, Michaelia?

If Michaelia Cash is doing such a good job of generating Australian jobs, why is she so media-shy?

Hinch’s Senate Diary: Malcolm better hope that life begins at 30

Hinch’s Senate Diary: Malcolm better hope that life begins at 30

The PM is heading towards 30 failed opinion polls, so he'd better start squaring up for the inevitable midnight visit from the ghost of Abbott, writes Senator Derryn Hinch.

Character comes to the fore but not in the way the government hoped

Character comes to the fore but not in the way the government hoped

The government decided to make Bill Shorten's "character" its target this week. Not unexpectedly, it blew up in its face.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

More woe for Centrelink users to come ... Cash's innuendo ... who leaked against Roman Quaedvlieg?