Higgins case has shown ‘no finding of wrongdoing’ against the Commonwealth: Merritt

Higgins case has shown ‘no finding of wrongdoing’ against the Commonwealth: Merritt

The Australian’s Legal Affairs Contributor Chris Merritt says there has been “no finding of wrongdoing” or “liability against the Commonwealth” in the rape case of former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins. “The two people who could’ve tested Brittany Higgins’ arguments … Linda Reynolds and Michaelia Cash, were excluded from the mediation process,” he told Sky News … Read more

Harry and Meghan 'exemplify the whole woke mentality' – Sky News Australia

Harry and Meghan 'exemplify the whole woke mentality' – Sky News Australia

Harry and Meghan ‘exemplify the whole woke mentality’  Sky News Australia The truth about Harry and Meghan | The spiked podcast  spiked ‘Married a prince and gave up her job’: Jimmy Carr savages Duchess over ‘feminism’  Express British Papers Slam Harry & Meghan Docuseries Following Premiere  TODAY Views cool towards Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in city of first … Read more

‘Twisted’ for Lady Susan Hussey’s question to be ‘interpreted as racist’

‘Twisted’ for Lady Susan Hussey’s question to be ‘interpreted as racist’

Sky News host Rita Panahi says asking about someone’s background is rarely, if ever, done to offend or exclude after a senior royal aide was accused of racism. Lady Susan Hussey resigned from her position after facing criticism for repeatedly questioning a black guest at Buckingham Palace, Ngozi Fulani, on what part of Africa she … Read more

Katherine Dunn’s Dark Carnival of Desire

Katherine Dunn’s Dark Carnival of Desire

When Katherine Dunn’s novel “Geek Love” became Sonny Mehta’s first purchase as editor-in-chief at Knopf, she became famous in the literary world, at the age of forty-three, after years of obscurity. The book is about what happens after the circus impresario Aloysius Binewski feeds “cocaine, amphetamines, and arsenic” to his repeatedly pregnant wife, a retired … Read more

‘Magnificent’: Meloni blasts France’s ‘exploitation’ of African countries on live TV

‘Magnificent’: Meloni blasts France’s ‘exploitation’ of African countries on live TV

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has given a TV interview explaining how France “continues to exploit poor, African countries” which then adds to Europe’s illegal immigration crisis, Sky News host Rita Panahi says. “She said the solution is not to take the Africans and bring them to Europe, the solution is to free Africa from … Read more

Peta Credlin discusses new documentary ‘The Cult of Daniel Andrews’

Peta Credlin discusses new documentary ‘The Cult of Daniel Andrews’

Sky News host Peta Credlin says she’s “gobsmacked” at the state of justice and democracy in Victoria, given Premier Daniel Andrews has survived a range of incidents which would have “knocked off another government”. Peta Credlin investigates the motivations behind the Victorian Premier’s rise to power and his leadership of the state in ‘The Cult … Read more

Royals ‘more opposed to reconciliation’ than Harry and Meghan Markle

Royals ‘more opposed to reconciliation’ than Harry and Meghan Markle

Sky News contributor Daisy Cousens says she can’t help but feel the royals are “more opposed to reconciliation” than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are. “This was also, I think, hinted at by King Charles in his initial address to the nation,” Ms Cousens told Sky News Australia. “After lavishing Prince William and Catherine with … Read more