Jacqui Lambie resigns from PUP

3:18 PM   The Senator has quit the Palmer United Party to serve as an independent and focus on the interests on Tasmanians.

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1:16 PM   During his address to Parliament, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi makes some lighthearted commentary.

A new chapter in Australia-India relations

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Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi's full speech to Parliament.

Lambie hits out at Palmer's 'abusive threats'

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Joining cross bench senators to disallow government changes to financial advice laws, the Tasmanian Senator says she "won't be told how to vote by anyone".

Budget, ABC cuts and the Senate crossbench

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12:58 PM   Labor MP Pat Conroy and Liberal Andrew laming join Breaking Politics to discuss the news of the day.

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Well-known Australians feature in an online ad campaign drawing attention to the number of children currently held in immigration detention.

Was the G20 a success?

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The G20 saw President Obama announce a US $3 billion green fund; Labor's Andrew Leigh and Liberal MP Andrew Laming discuss the fallout from the meeting.

ABC cuts and climate change

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Greens Senator Larissa waters joins Callum Denness to discuss the news of the day.

Lambie says she's 'found her way'

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Senator Jacqui Lambie has broken ranks with her PUP colleagues, saying the decision of the party to support the government's wind back of financial advice laws was wrong.

Labor MP brands ABC cuts 'cirque du so lame'

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The ABC is biased says Liberal Senator Scott Ryan, but budget cuts aren't payback. Labor's Ed Husic disagrees, saying Coalition MPs can barely contain their excitement.

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Adam Bandt joins Breaking Politics

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