Rachel Withers is the contributing editor of The Monthly Today.
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What women want
A week in which women raised their voices, and the government covered its ears
Getting your glass house in order
Stick to the plan?
The Morrison government’s plans are falling apart
A swing and a miss
Scott Morrison’s marketing instincts are failing him
Silent no more
The attorney-general sues for silence on the same day women break theirs.
What kind of discussions might James Hooke have had with Christian Porter?
The government’s new airfare subsidy may be yet another ticket to scandal
The rule of law(yers)
Is Morrison the only one who hasn’t called his lawyer?
The rule of survival
The PM continues to insist upon the “rule of law”
His and hers
The accuser and the accused face vastly different treatment
If he did it
‘Just imagine for a second…’
The attorney-general denies the allegations, but admits he can’t disprove them
Voices describing the government’s position as untenable are mounting
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