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Treasurer Scott Morrison talked about the challenges of a nation indifferent to the business of politics at the Liberal party federal conference. Dan Hembrechts/AAP

Australians are increasingly non-partisan: Morrison

"Australians have collectively reached for the remote and turned down the volume on Canberra's noise, which includes more than just politicians. The media are similarly ignored."
All nine of Senator Rhiannon’s federal colleagues – including leader Richard Di Natale - co-signed a letter of complaint that was sent to the Greens national council, accusing her of betraying them by attempting to derail school funding negotiations with the government. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Greens senator Rhiannon’s behaviour ‘perfidious’: Brown

Brown, a long-time critic, repeated his previous description of her as "the Greens' version of Tony Abbott" and his call for her replacement at the election with someone more popular and constructive.
The government is making frantic efforts to seal a deal on its school plan before parliament adjourns for the winter break. Rob Blakers/AAP

Government reaches out to Catholics on Gonski 2.0

Simon Birmingham met Catholic education representatives on Monday night, receiving such a haranguing that at times it was difficult for him to get a word in.
Peter Dutton says changes to citizenship legislation are a modernisation that would bring Australia in line with other countries. Lukas Coch/AAP

Labor takes a political risk and opposes government’s tougher citizenship legislation

The government has finally found an issue it can cast in terms of “national security” on which it can get a fight with Labor. Bill Shorten usually sticks leech-like to bipartisanship on anything with even…
The government is counting on a deal with the Greens or the support of most of the other Senate crossbenchers to pass its schools funding package. Brendan Esposito/AAP

Liberal backbenchers arc up on behalf of Catholic schools

Critics are expected to speak out in the partyroom on Tuesday, demanding more information about the effects of the schools package on the Catholic sector.

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