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'A dangerous dynamic': Cormann to blame for Turnbull's axing, says Craig Laundy

Malcolm Turnbull would have survived the extraordinary leadership spill if Mathias Cormann had not abandoned him, according to the former PM's ally Craig Laundy.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Finance Minister tells NAB to respond to bombshell Ken Henry revelations

Mathias Cormann said all those involved in the latest revelations should "explain themselves".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Pyne and Bishop jobs both within the rules

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says a review has found post-politics jobs taken by Christopher Pyne and Julie Bishop have not breached ministerial standards.
SBS - Published

Liberal offers to follow Cormann into fire

Liberal senator James Paterson insists Mathias Cormann enjoys the support of his colleagues despite revelations over last year's leadership spill
SBS - Published

Hawke stubs out political headache for Lib

Liberal Party heavyweight Mathias Cormann has revealed Bob Hawke's shared penchant for a cigar got him out of a tight spot in 2015.
SBS - Published

CBD Melbourne: Political besties share digs, dramas and deals

They were the defining double act of the Turnbull government. Now Peter Dutton and Mathias Cormann are not just political besties. They are Canberra flatmates.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •The Age

Frontbench flatmates find a home away from the house

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann are not just political besties.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

Religion must not divide Australians: PM

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann insists religious freedoms are a priority for the federal government, but his focus is on delivering income tax cuts.
SBS - Published

Religious freedom pressing issue: Cormann

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann insists religious freedoms are a priority for the federal government, but his focus is on delivering income tax cuts.
SBS - Published

Cormann stands by his PM spill decision

Despite being branded disloyal by some of his colleagues, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann isn't resiling from his role in last year's Liberal leadership spill.
SBS - Published

Minister rejects 'political Judas' tag

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has rejected suggestions he was the commander in chief of Peter Dutton's campaign in the August Liberal leadership spill.
SBS - Published

Dutton not keen to one day be leader

Not wishing to reveal private conversations, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann will not clarify whether Malcolm Turnbull tried to make Peter Dutton his deputy.
SBS - Published

Cormann won't clear up Dutton deputy offer

Not wishing to reveal private conversations, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann will not clarify whether Malcolm Turnbull tried to make Peter Dutton his deputy.
SBS - Published

Cormann blasts Labor MP's recession claim

Australians should file their 2018/19 tax returns as they usually would while the federal government tries to legislate its tax cuts, the finance minister says.
SBS - Published

Cormann again warns Labor on tax cuts plan

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann is ramping up pressure on Labor to support the coalition's whole tax plan, as he refuses to cut deals with crossbench senators.
SBS - Published

No chance of splitting tax laws: Cormann

The Morrison government has ruled out hiving off parts of its proposed income tax cut legislation to give it a better chance of passing parliament.
SBS - Published

Tax cuts buoy economic headwinds: Cormann

The federal government's proposed tax cuts are needed to curtail possible economic headwinds in the future, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says.
SBS - Published

Beers and good faith: How a little-known senator will broker our future

For the next three years, the workplace relationship between Mathias Cormann and Rex Patrick could be the most important in the country.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Arthur Sinodinos, Mathias Cormann and Marise Payne in the running for US ambassador

Scott Morrison is preparing to appoint one of the government's most senior figures as Australia's new ambassador.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Progress continues towards surplus:Cormann

The federal government's latest monthly financial statement shows progress towards a budget surplus continues, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says.
SBS - Published

Cormann coy on PM's ministry plans

The prime minister is putting the final touches to his new-look frontbench, but won't be making radical changes to the ministry team.
SBS - Published

'Just crazy': Fake polling remains mystery as Cormann rubbishes claims Libs responsible

Independent Curtin candidate Louise Stewart drags son of former PM into fake polling scandal, while Finance Minister Mathias Cormann rubbishes claims Liberals responsible
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Shorten says open to more debates

Senior Liberal senator Mathias Cormann has accused Bill Shorten of resisting proper scrutiny by avoiding two more leaders debates.
SBS - Published

Major parties tussle over leaders' debates

Senior Liberal senator Mathias Cormann has accused Bill Shorten of resisting proper scrutiny by avoiding two more leaders debates.
SBS - Published

Shorten avoiding debate scrutiny: Cormann

Senior Liberal senator Mathias Cormann has accused Bill Shorten of resisting proper scrutiny by avoiding two more leaders debates.
SBS - Published

Liberal Party to preference Anning last

Senior Liberal Party figure Mathias Cormann has confirmed far-right senator Fraser Anning's party will be preferenced last in almost all seats.
SBS - Published

Away from WA: Cormann to spend election campaign far from home

High profile WA Liberal senator and senior minister Mathias Cormann will spend the next five weeks in Queensland helping out at the Coalition's campaign HQ.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

No recession under us: Morrison

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has continued the government's attack on Labor's tax plan, insisting it will be a $387 billion burden over the next decade.
SBS - Published

Cormann sticks to guns on Labor tax bill

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has continued the government on Labor's tax plan, insisting it will be a $387 billion burden over the next decade.
SBS - Published

Coalition defends spike in appointments

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has defended a flurry of government appointments made ahead of the May federal election.
SBS - Published

Senators clash over government advertising

Senior Labor frontbencher Penny Wong has clashed with Finance Minister Mathias Cormann over government spending on advertising.
SBS - Published

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