The prime minister has the confidence to say just because you do not have defence, intelligence or police on board does not mean that you are wrong

How you feel about Malcolm Turnbull’s big bold foray into national security policy – the creation of a new home affairs ministry (despite no one actually asking for one) – depends on a couple of things.

The opening test to apply is how you feel about Peter Dutton gaining ministerial responsibility for Australia’s intelligence agencies, the federal police – as well as his immigration and border force fiefdom.

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