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Christian Porter

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Christian Porter’s fall from grace and very angry France

Bubble Pop Podcast

Christian Porter has resigned. He’s been dragged over the coals for something called a ‘blind trust’. We take you through exactly what that is and why Porter remaining in parliament as an MP is still a problem. We also look at why France is so mad at Australia over the US nuclear submarine deal and how that might impact us in the future. Guests:  - Phil Coorey, Australian Financial Review Political Editor - Michael Shoebridge, Director of Defence, Strategy and National Security at the Australian Strategic Policy InstituteSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


24 Sep 2021

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2. Is Christian Porter Taking our Democracy off a Cliff?

Keep the Bastards Honest

Former Attorney General Christian Porter has somehow managed to weather being accused of an historical rape (which he vehemently denies), suing the ABC for defamation and then settling the case without requiring the ABC to accept responsibility or apologise, and has now resigned his cabinet position because he accepted an anonymous donation from a blind trust to pay his presumably hefty legal bills, rather than reveal his donors or how much was donated to him. Join Elana Mitchell and Steve Baty as they pull apart the latest jaw dropping antics of one of the most corrupt and incompetent governments in Australia’s history, and discuss how allowing a sitting MP to keep an anonymous donation threatens the very foundations of a fair and free democracy. Show Notes: Andrew P Street’s Patreon article “Christian Porter’s finally done, right? RIGHT??” Michael Bradley in Crikey “Christian Porter’s blind luck a blow to political accountability and transparency” Elisa Resce for the Australian Democrats “What is a Bastard?” Do your bit for democracy and join us


21 Sep 2021

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Acting PM Barnaby Joyce on Christian Porter; Violence outside Melbourne's construction union; and Feel good TV wins at the Emmys

RN Drive - Full program podcast

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20 Sep 2021

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S2 E14: The Wigs Live - When It’s A Crime To Conceal A Crime + The Christian Porter Affair

The Wigs

The Wigs LIVE! Recorded at the NSW Public Defenders conference on Sunday 14 March, 2021 before approximately 500 conference delegates. The annual PD's conference is NSW premier criminal law conference and The Wigs were certainly happy to accept the invitation.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


22 Jun 2021

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Christian Porter no longer Attorney General. And eminent scientists petition for release of convicted killer Kathleen Folbigg

Law Report - Full program podcast

On advice from the Solicitor-General, the PM shifts Christian Porter to Minister for Industry, Science and Technology. And following the NSW Court of Appeal ruling that Kathleen Folbigg stay behind bars, the Australian Academy of Science issues a strong statement saying 'there are medical and scientific explanations for the death of each of Kathleen Folbigg's children'. A petition from ninety eminent scientists also called for her immediate release.


30 Mar 2021

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Debate over independent inquiry into Christian Porter rape allegations

Law Report - Full program podcast

Should there be an an independent inquiry into historic rape allegations against Attorney-General Christian Porter and if so, what should it look like?


9 Mar 2021

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Christian Porter & The Conversation Australian Women Are Having

Mamamia Out Loud

It’s been a full-on few weeks to be a woman, as the allegations of sexual assault in Australian politics and Australian schools just keep coming. We want to talk about the different ways women are feeling at the end of this week. Plus, is Meghan seriously a bully? Royal aides have spoken to The Times in the UK ahead of Meghan’s television interview with Oprah Winfrey which will broadcast on Australian TV on Monday night.  And, our best and worst of the week, including an awkward crossover for Holly and Jessie.  THE END BITS  Recommendations: Jessie wants you to watch a 2019 Louis Theroux doco called The Night in Question. Listen to This Glorious Mess here, and You Beauty with Celeste Barber here.  You can read Holly's powerful article mentioned in the ep here. CREDITS Hosts: Holly Wainwright, Mia Freedman and Jessie Stephens  Producer: Emma Gillespie  CONTACT US Via our PodPhone on 02 8999 9386Via our email at outloud@mamamia.com.au  Via our Outlouders Facebook page- https://www.facebook.com/groups/329632330777506/Mamamia Out Loud is a podcast by Mamamia https://www.mamamia.com.au/author/mamamiaoutloud/ Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


5 Mar 2021

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Christian Porter responds to claims the ABC paid private investigators to follow him

Mornings with Liam Bartlett

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2 Dec 2020

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Christian Porter on the plans for a national anti-corruption body

Mornings with Liam Bartlett

Federal Attorney-General Christian Porter joins Gareth Parker every Wednesday at 9.30am.  This week Gareth and Minister Porter discussed the proposed national anti-corruption body, the Reserve Bank's decision to cut interests and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


4 Nov 2020

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Christian Porter on the bizarre jobs market across Australia

Mornings with Liam Bartlett

Federal Attorney-General and Minister for Industrial relations Christian Porter joins Gareth Parker every Wednesday at 9.30am.  This week the Minister spoke about WA's unusual jobs market, his views on WA's border and cyber-security concerns for Australian politicians.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


21 Oct 2020