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Tl;dr – rules were made to be broken. Or something.

Before anyone has a go at them about breaking the rules of parliament to do this… Morrison broke the rules of Parliament to bring coal into the chamber. One of these rules was broken to speak for the planet, one of the rules was broken to speak for fossil fuel donors. #Greens


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But it is business as usual in the House:

Good morning, Twitter. A new sitting fortnight is upon us, and the House will sit today from 10am. Monday mornings are set aside for Private Members’ Business. You can see today’s selected items on the Daily Program below, or at

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