This looks like another case of poor decision making on behalf of the LNP government und Mr. Morrison.
Debt and trauma as Israel destroys Palestinian homes, businesses
A monk is sentenced to 20 years prison for some petty issue involving earthquake relief donations. After all the damage China did to the fine Tibetan culture, this is happening now. It will be left to a new generation of Chinese leaders to realise the brutal mistakes China has made in Tibet. The current leadership simply lacks a proper understanding of Tibet and its culture.
Extreme right wing and very divisive gets you a medal according to Australia’s LNP government.
Only a government who sees itself as “those who stop the boats” can get us into this ugliness.
There are two reason for not pursuing legal action: 1. You see no chance to win, 2. You have received a settlement amount. Now 2. is not the case, remains 1. Porter jumped on to legal action without the necessary forethought & preparation.
He loses ….
Christian Porter loses bid to reduce costs linked to defamation battle.
How the story unfolded
Attorney-General Christian Porter launches defamation action against ABC
Tribunal finds Porter disclosed ‘limited part of legal advice’ on medevac ‘for political advantage’
Christian Porter set to be stripped of AG role, Reynolds to lose Defence portfolio
Morrison working with Porter on ‘perceived conflicts of interests’ amid reshuffle speculation
We only just had a Cabinet reshuffle, here’s why we’re (probably) having another one
New documents reveal detectives were denied trip to interview Christian Porter accuser
Christian Porter applies to strike out part of ABC’s defence in defamation case
Christian Porter hits back at ABC defamation defence
Conflict of interest claim halts Porter defamation case against ABC
Christian Porter fights to keep top lawyer in ABC defamation case
Federal Court rules Christian Porter’s barrister has conflict of interest in ABC defamation case
Christian Porter ends defamation action against the ABC
Christian Porter loses bid to reduce costs linked to defamation battle