Labor, the Greens and One Nation oppose abolishing a key section protecting media diversity

The communications minister, Mitch Fifield, has refused to rule out splitting the government’s media package, after Labor, the Greens and One Nation declared they opposed abolishing a key section protecting media diversity.

At an event to express support for the package with senior executives from major media companies in Canberra, Fifield said that package was “comprehensive and holistic” and “deserves to be supported as a whole” but would not rule out splitting the bill.

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