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    "Turnbull has grown in stature [and is] looking more and more like John Howard every day." 

    Outgoing attorney general George Brandis, who had previously christened Howard "the rodent". Interview, Fairfax Media, December 17, 2017 ... Read more ... 


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    Saturday
    Feb112017

    Peter Dutton v Lord Atkin

    Claims that executive decisions are beyond review ... Immigrants at the hands of Trump and Dutton ... National security and strife ... Lord Atkin in a House of Lords decision 76 years ago showed the way ... A barrister explains 

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