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All at sea

Good morning, early birds. The UK Home Office has said that "everything is on the table" when it comes to processing asylum seekers, and the aged care royal commission has released a special COVID-19 report calling for a national aged care advisory body and plan. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Xenophon’s media reform wishlist, and how much of it will he get?

The crossbenchers in the senate get closer to passing tax breaks for media companies with revenue of less than $30 million.

Hypocrisy, thy name is Murdoch

Rupert Murdoch has taken to Twitter to vent his frustration with Google's recent UK tax deal. Problem is, News Corp's tax track record isn't exactly flawless.

Reforms proposed by the Book Industry Strategy Group are long overdue but don’t go far enough and may be difficult to implement, according to industry players and authors.

Book industry report just the first page in publishing reform

Reforms proposed by the Book Industry Strategy Group are long overdue but don’t go far enough and may be difficult to implement, according to industry players and authors.

Cambridge and Oxford University Presses are recieving tax breaks through a charity loop-hole.

Oxbridge presses aren’t charities

Cambridge and Oxford University Presses are recieving tax breaks through a charity loop-hole.

The Medicare surcharge and health insurance rebates remain the most outrageous examples of rent-seeking in the Commonwealth sector, writes <b>Bernard Keane</b>

Steve Fielding: Defender of the wealthy

The Medicare surcharge and health insurance rebates remain the most outrageous examples of rent-seeking in the Commonwealth sector, writes Bernard Keane

Australians really didn’t react strongly to Kevin Rudd’s embarrassing slip when he failed to name the tax breaks and floundered answering the question about tax breaks, according to Roy Morgan’s Reactor — the online real time reaction device based on an Australia-wide sample of 1,353 electors.

Following the election thrills n’ spills — a taster

Australians really didn’t react strongly to Kevin Rudd’s embarrassing slip when he failed to name the tax breaks and floundered answering the question about tax breaks, according to Roy Morgan’s Reactor — the online real time reaction device based on an Australia-wide sample of 1,353 electors.

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