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The Liberal MP Nicolle Flint has just made a contribution in the federation chamber highlighting the abuse she has suffered while in public life.
Flint (who has copped a lot of inexcusable sexist abuse) has been very active this week. The contribution today referenced a batch of emails she’d received in recent days containing yet more profanity laden abuse. Flint was also critical of comments made online by the journalist Paul Bongiorno and referenced a retort from her Liberal colleague Hollie Hughes: “We believe all women except conservative women”.
Morning all, overnight I reported it was likely that the government and Labor would reach agreement on some rapid fire legislation to ensure that submissions staff make to the looming Jenkins review (the review triggered by Brittany Higgins examining parliamentary culture) can’t be accessed under freedom of information or released under the Archives Act.
I’m hearing agreement on that is close now. We will keep you posted.