This episode was broadcast on Monday, 1 July 2019.
Panellists: James Paterson, Liberal Senator for Victoria; Clare O’Neil, Shadow Minister for Innovation, Technology and the Future of Work; Jamila Rizvi, Writer, Speaker and Broadcaster; Grace Kelly, Industrial Relations Commentator; and Greg Day, People’s Panellist.
Our panel discussed Niki Savva’s new book, political tensions, union bosses, raising feminists, Israel Folau, and the future of journalism.
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