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.
A member of a Tasmanian community choir was refused entry to the United Kingdom on Tuesday and deported because she was deemed to be trying to enter under false pretences, writes Margaretta Pos in Hobart.
The Guardian has published a summary of the findings of a Populus opinion poll on immigration in which 52% of Britons agree with the proposition “Muslims create problems in the UK," writes Richard Farmer.