Opinion

Labor is cleaning up Dutton's mess on indefinite detention

Craig Thomson
Updated December 3 2023 - 1:08pm, first published 7:00am
Opposition Peter Dutton with his eye on Prime Minister Anthony Albanese's chair during a division. Picture By Gary Ramage
Opposition Peter Dutton with his eye on Prime Minister Anthony Albanese's chair during a division. Picture By Gary Ramage

A complex political situation with lots of name-calling from the government and hubris from the opposition has developed after the High Court decided on indefinite detention. A microscopic focus on the subsequent actions by the federal government has left the opposition somewhat off the hook regarding the reasons behind the high court decision.

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Craig Thomson

I am a media and communications professional with experience across print, digital, social and radio broadcasts. I am currently the Editor of Australian Community Media's Launceston Examiner.

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