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Joyce is out on the author’s circuit for his just-released book Weatherboard and Iron. Andy Tyndall/AAP

Politics podcast: Barnaby Joyce at his provocative best

Politics podcast: Barnaby Joyce at his provocative best.
Barnaby Joyce has confirmed he could cross the floor on the federal legislation associated with the National Energy Guarantee. “Of course I could,” he says.
Some who flirt with the idea of a change believe Labor is on the cusp of regaining office but fear Shorten mightn’t get over the final hurdle. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Grattan on Friday: Bill Shorten had a ‘captain’s fall’ rather than making a ‘captain’s call’

Shorten might have done better to have said, "I stuffed up – that's my recommendation, it's not yet our decision", and summoned a shadow cabinet meeting immediately to fix the matter.
Turnbull said on Sunday that Australia’s 30% rate for larger companies was the second highest in the OECD. Jeremy Ng/AAP

Labor makes company tax fight all about Malcolm Turnbull’s money

The inflammatory ad runs as the government is making a last ditch effort against the odds to gather Senate support for the company tax legislation, due to be voted on this week.
It would have been a huge setback if the government hadn’t secured its income tax package, which was the budget’s centrepiece. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Grattan on Friday: Government celebrates on tax, fights on energy

More crucial than the fate of the company tax cuts is the government's long struggle to nail down its NEG, with the crunch coming when Josh Frydenberg meets his COAG counterparts on August 10.
Pauline Hanson has had a spectacular meltdown on live television. Sky News

Pauline unplugged lets rip against Senate colleague

In an extraordinary Thursday night interview on Sky Hanson, who accused Burston of trying to defect to the Shooters party, said it was not the first time he had stabbed her in the back.
Timing tricks help politicians avoid dealing with the substance of their policies. That isn’t going to change any time soon. Cindy Zhi

Government timing tricks hide the real budget story

It seems that timing tricks are now a thing in Australian politics. Revenues are brought forward and spending pushed back for cosmetic effect.
Jobs and growth underpinned by a healthy level of investment are essential aspects of a modern society, but cutting the company tax rate is not the way to go. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Budget policy check: do we need company tax cuts?

To reap the benefits of strong business investment without a costly tax giveaway, Australia must continue to play to its strengths.
When Tim Storer was sworn in he was escorted by the government and opposition Senate leaders. Lukas Coch/AAP

Grattan on Friday: Tim Storer, the $35 billion man

Tim Storer has one hell of a decision to make shortly after the May budget, when the government plans to bring back its legislation to give tax cuts to big business.

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