More politicians have indicated they will not enter their name in tonight’s Census.
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South Australian Senator Nick Xenophon has declared that he will not enter his name in tomorrow night’s Census despite the potential to be prosecuted.
The Greens will push for a Digital Rights Commissioner to be added to the Australian Human Rights Commission, the party said today.
Private companies with revenue of $200 million or more will need to disclose their tax affairs while international companies with revenues of $1 billion will need to prepare general purpose financial statements following amendments to the federal government’s Tax Laws Amendment (Combating Multinational Avoidance) Bill 2015.
The crossbenchers have provided the "true opposition" to the government's proposed data retention regime, Greens Senator Scott Ludlam told a press conference earlier today.
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