Committee suggests more changes than at any time since Coalition came to power in 2013

After almost six months of investigation and consultation, the bipartisan parliamentary committee charged with reviewing the government’s proposed foreign interference and espionage laws have come to terms – but only by making sweeping changes.

The intelligence committee recommends 60 amendments be made to the legislation, which was first announced by the then attorney general, George Brandis, in December, the most recommendations the committee has suggested since the Coalition came to power in 2013.

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