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Labor's support for Coalition energy policy under microscope - politics live

The government has not given up on its controversial citizenship changes, while Labor continues to push back on energy and the ABC remains under review. All the day's events and more 10.05pm BST Finance minister, Mathias Cormann, has said the government "remains committed" to its citizenship package, despite the bill being dropped from the Senate notice paper on Wednesday due to opposition from Labor, the Greens and crossbench.Cormann told ABC News Breakfast the reforms are "very important ... and will keep working with all non-government senators to secure the necessary support". 10.04pm BST Energy is still dominating the headlines, with Labor's support for the Neg now under the microscope.Labor has been very critical of the process, and has hit out against the lack of modelling and what they are calling an "eight-page policy" but have not ruled out supporting it. That's what Malcolm Turnbull and Josh Frydenberg are hoping for, as Labor's support would not only mean a political win, it will help bring the states, particularly Queensland, South Australia and Victoria on board, which is the easiest way of bringing the Neg into existence. Meanwhile, the Greens say the Neg is worse for renewables than no action. More on that here Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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