George Williams

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Australia does not recognise the sovereignty of its first nations by way of a treaty, and the effects have been devastating, writes George Williams.

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New terror laws run the risk of undermining the very freedoms we seek to preserve, writes George Williams.

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Australia has made important steps when it comes to eradicating racial discrimination, but much remains to be done within our laws and the community, writes George Williams.

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Australia is happy to set down standards for other nations, but bristles when these same rules are applied to itself, writes George WiIlliams.

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Far from making us safer, legislation allowing Australian citizenship to be stripped from dual nationals would make matters worse, writes George Williams.

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Malcolm Turnbull must hope the Senate blocks moves to hold a plebiscite, saving him from having to follow through on a policy that he knows is a step in the wrong direction, writes George Williams.
 

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It is obvious that the system of parliamentary entitlements for federal politicians needs root and branch reform, writes George Williams.

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A significant shift has occurred in the ALP on the idea of Australia becoming a republic, writes George Williams.

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The issue of Indigenous constitutional recognition needs purpose and urgency, or it will resettle into a pattern of drift and inaction, writes George Williams.

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Although constitutional, new laws to strip the citizenship of dual nationals involved in terrorism are more far reaching than first thought and flawed, writes George Williams.

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