More than 50 members of Administrative Appeals Tribunal, which oversees government decisions, will not be reappointed

More than 50 members of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal – the independent authority that reviews decisions by the Australian government – have been told they will not have their contracts renewed, after attacks from ministers over decisions the government did not agree with.

The Guardian has been told at least 50, most from the migration and refugee division of the tribunal, have been told they will not be reappointed.

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