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7.30: December 13, 2018
December 13, 2018
ABC  |  December 13, 2018

Theresa May to continue as leader
British Prime Minister Theresa May has stared down her internal party enemies and will continue on as leader. Jonathan Peet, the political editor of The Economist magazine, joins Laura Tingle to discuss what this means for Brexit.

Major announcements by Scott Morrison
In politics it's called putting out the rubbish - throwing out a bunch of major decisions in one go in the hope they might go under voters' radars as they prepare for the holidays. Today Prime Minister Scott Morrison made a number of major announcements.

Malala Yousafzai
Six years ago a school girl in Pakistan was shot by the Taliban because she was trying to get an education. Today that girl, Malala Yousafzai, is fighting for all girls to get an education.

Labor's chances at the next election
One Labor strategist, who bears a striking resemblance to satirist Mark Humphries, believes the odds of an ALP victory may be slimmer than they seem.

Yemen's war
Documents reveal Australia's secret arms deals with nations fighting Yemen's war.

Warnings about climate change
This week there are talks in Poland to work out how to implement the Paris climate agreement, as the world's most respected scientific bodies continue to issue ever-more urgent warnings about how humans are changing the climate.

Theresa May to continue as leader
British Prime Minister Theresa May has stared down her internal party enemies and will continue on as leader. Jonathan Peet, the political editor of The Economist magazine, joins Laura Tingle to discuss what this means for Brexit.

Major announcements by Scott Morrison
In politics it's called putting out the rubbish - throwing out a bunch of major decisions in one go in the hope they might go under voters' radars as they prepare for the holidays. Today Prime Minister Scott Morrison made a number of major announcements.

Malala Yousafzai
Six years ago a school girl in Pakistan was shot by the Taliban because she was trying to get an education. Today that girl, Malala Yousafzai, is fighting for all girls to get an education.

Labor's chances at the next election
One Labor strategist, who bears a striking resemblance to satirist Mark Humphries, believes the odds of an ALP victory may be slimmer than they seem.

Yemen's war
Documents reveal Australia's secret arms deals with nations fighting Yemen's war.

Warnings about climate change
This week there are talks in Poland to work out how to implement the Paris climate agreement, as the world's most respected scientific bodies continue to issue ever-more urgent warnings about how humans are changing the climate.

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