Britain’s scientists must not be gagged A ban on state-funded academics using their work to question government policy is to begin on 1 May. It’s either a cock-up or a conspiracy
Let's be clear. The news stories about the failings of Malcolm Turnbull's National Broadband Network which led to last night's police raids were squarely in the public interest.
Labor has called on the Auditor-General to investigate what training Australian Border Force officials have been given since the agency was established in July .
We’ve warned that Australia’s cruel immigration regime would have a carcinogenic effect on the body politic. It’s happening, despite today’s stuff up
General George Brandis and Malcolm Turnbull at a press conference.
Shut-up or face prosecution: AFP conducts criminal investigation into former detention centre psychiatrist for speaking out about the death of a detainee.
Leaks, secrets and the really scary thing about the NBN raids
Governments across Australia are eroding some of the vital foundations of our democracy, from protest rights to press freedom, to entrench their own power and that of vested business interests.
Maxims of Law Help Assure Justice - Their Absence Assures Injustice
The American academic and firebrand campaigner talks to Hugh Muir about Britain's deep trouble, fighting white supremacy and where Obama is going wrong