Changes include quadrupling the time people must wait for citizenship, but will not now be debated in their current form

Peter Dutton’s controversial citizenship bill has failed to pass the Senate, leaving the package dead in its current form.

The Turnbull government will now be forced to make significant amendments to the bill before restarting negotiations, after the immigration minister failed to meet a Senate-imposed deadline on Wednesday to bring the bill on for debate.

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