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The bells have rung for the Senate, but government business isn’t up until after lunch. And by government business, I mean the company tax cut.
After question time, Brian Burston will take the floor for today’s urgency motion, which is on:
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Maybe not the most relatable take:
Why would Steve Smith go when the example set by Victoria’s Premier is that it’s ok to break the rules and cheat. No leadership.