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Christian Porter: Australian politician
Charles Christian Porter is an Australian Liberal Party politician and lawyer serving as Attorney-General of Australia since 2017, and has served as Member of Parliament (MP) for Pearce since 2013. He was appointed Minister for Industrial Relations and Leader of the House in 2019.

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The government admits robodebt was 'flawed' but here's why it can't say sorry

Attorney-General Christian Porter says he won’t apologise for the failed robodebt scheme.
SBS - Published

Final steps before Pell findings released

Attorney-General Christian Porter is seeking final advice from his department before releasing royal commission findings pertaining to Cardinal George Pell.
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Attorney-General seeks final advice on release of George Pell royal commission findings

Attorney-General Christian Porter is seeking final advice from his department before releasing royal commission findings pertaining to Cardinal George Pell.
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Porter seeks final advice on Pell findings

Attorney-General Christian Porter is seeking final advice from his department before releasing royal commission findings pertaining to Cardinal George Pell.
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Federal government rejects calls for more casuals to be included in coronavirus JobKeeper scheme

Industrial Relations Minister Christian Porter has ruled out changes to make more casual workers eligible for the government's $130 billion wage subsidy scheme.
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Casuals need year-long link for JobKeeper

Industrial Relations Minister Christian Porter has ruled out changes to make more casual workers eligible for the government's $130 billion wage subsidy scheme.
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JobKeeper laws will pass this week: Porter

Attorney-General Christian Porter says the JobKeeper legislation will pass during Wednesday's emergency sitting of federal parliament.
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Christian Porter's defamation reform would be a catastrophic mistake

Making social media platforms legally liable for defamatory comments would harm the very movement that supports the A-G.
The Age - Published

Australian government says prosecutors must seek approval before charging journalists

Australian prosecutors need government permission before they can file charges against local journalists, Attorney General Christian Porter said on Monday.
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Attorney-General stops prosecutors from charging journalists without his consent

Attorney-General Christian Porter must now sign off on any plans to charge journalists with offences relating to the unauthorised disclosure of defence or security information.
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'I think it's dangerous': Dutton says federal government will look at ACT weed laws

Peter Dutton claims Christian Porter is combing through the ACT's new cannabis laws, after the attorney-general said it was a matter for the nation's capital.
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Discrimination laws: Companies could stop workers expressing religious views

Draft laws aimed at protecting people of faith from discrimination have been released by Attorney-General Christian Porter in Sydney.
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Companies could stop workers expressing religious views under new draft discrimination proposal

Draft laws aimed at protecting people of faith from discrimination have been released by Attorney-General Christian Porter in Sydney.
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Companies can stop religious workers from discriminating remarks under draft new laws

Draft laws aimed at protecting people of faith from discrimination have been released by Attorney-General Christian Porter in Sydney.
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Christian Porter releases laws to protect religious people from discrimination

Draft laws aimed at protecting people of faith from discrimination have been released by Attorney-General Christian Porter in Sydney.
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Porter releases religious freedom laws

Draft laws aimed at protecting people of faith from discrimination have been released by Attorney-General Christian Porter in Sydney.
SBS - Published

Morrison stirs pot over chef's wage theft

Attorney-General Christian Porter says George Calombaris' company received a light penalty when it was fined $200,000 for underpaying workers.
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Former MasterChef judge George Calombaris' wage theft fine criticised for being 'too light'

Attorney-General Christian Porter says George Calombaris' company received a light penalty when it was fined $200,000 for underpaying workers.
SBS - Published

Calombaris wage theft fine 'too light'

Attorney-General Christian Porter says George Calombaris' company received a light penalty when it was fined $200,000 for underpaying workers.
SBS - Published

Keep religious freedom law simple: senator

Attorney-General Christian Porter says his religious beliefs have nothing to do with his ability to draft legislation to protect people from discrimination.
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Tensions simmer over religious freedom law

Attorney-General Christian Porter says how religious he is has nothing to do with his ability to draft legislation protecting people from discrimination.
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Coalition forges ahead in union crackdown

Industrial Relations Minister Christian Porter will introduce laws aimed at making it easier to punish unions and officials who misbehave.
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Minister seeks axing of construction union

Proposed laws that would make it easier for the government to deregister unions are high on Industrial Relations Minister Christian Porter's agenda.
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Minister wants CFMMEU deregistered

Proposed laws that would make it easier for the government to deregister unions are high on Industrial Relations Minister Christian Porter's agenda.
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