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Liberals fall silent after Roseville branch votes to expel Malcolm Turnbull

Liberals fall silent after Roseville branch votes to expel Malcolm Turnbull

The Liberal Party is racing to contain another internal row over its leadership.

  • by David Crowe

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190 bottles of wine, 21 cases of beer and a pineapple: Gifts for MP's interest
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190 bottles of wine, 21 cases of beer and a pineapple: Gifts for MP's interest

Politicians have studiously declared gifts including a pineapple and "disgusting vegan sausages" but failed to record free trips, gifts and the donors behind them.

  • by Nigel Gladstone
'No compassion': Quadvelieg dumps on Morrison over asylum claims
Nauru

'No compassion': Quadvelieg dumps on Morrison over asylum claims

Former Border Force boss Roman Quaedvlieg calls for asylum seekers to be removed from Nauru as says he never saw compassion in his dealings with Scott Morrison.

  • by Latika Bourke
Scott Morrison explains the logic behind Malcolm Turnbull's knifing
Malcolm Turnbull

Scott Morrison explains the logic behind Malcolm Turnbull's knifing

The Prime Minister says conservative Liberal insurgents behind Malcolm Turnbull's demise had believed the party must better connect with the values of its grassroots members.

  • by Nicole Hasham & Michael Koziol
Cormann concedes Coalition was 'in a more competitive position' when Turnbull knifed
Mathias Cormann

Cormann concedes Coalition was 'in a more competitive position' when Turnbull knifed

The senior minister said he had never seen internal polling showing the government ahead 52-48 in marginal seats.

  • by Michael Koziol & Nicole Hasham
'He wouldn't be grateful if we did': Liberals hit out at Malcolm Turnbull's demands to explain the coup
Liberal Party

'He wouldn't be grateful if we did': Liberals hit out at Malcolm Turnbull's demands to explain the coup

Liberal MP Craig Kelly said Mr Turnbull was partly to blame for his own demise.

  • by Latika Bourke
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'Madness': Malcolm Turnbull takes whip to colleagues over leadership coup

'Madness': Malcolm Turnbull takes whip to colleagues over leadership coup

The former PM faced confronting questions from the audience in a special solo appearance on ABC TV's Q&A.

  • by Neil McMahon
Malcolm Turnbull on Q&A: no leather jacket, but as relaxed as he's ever been
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Malcolm Turnbull on Q&A: no leather jacket, but as relaxed as he's ever been

Overall he was optimistic Malcolm, free to self-determine, free of both the leather jacket and the prime ministerial straitjacket.

  • by Jacqueline Maley
The Labor MPs who could replace Luke Foley
Luke Foley

The Labor MPs who could replace Luke Foley

Labor planning spokesman Michael Daley is the frontrunner to become the next opposition leader after Luke Foley's resignation on Thursday.

  • by Lisa Visentin
'He’s been quitting things since 2004': Latham to join One Nation
ALP

'He’s been quitting things since 2004': Latham to join One Nation

Latham's move, which ends months of speculation about his political future, marks a stunning turnaround for the former Labor leader.

  • by Latika Bourke & Bevan Shields
Stuart Robert's web of influence: from the Gold Coast to South America
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LNP

Stuart Robert's web of influence: from the Gold Coast to South America

Assistant Treasurer Stuart Robert has spun a web of influence into South America via a new business council based in a Sydney office that has no staff.

  • by Nigel Gladstone