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The plan is “an unconscionable decision driven by blind ideology,” the group set to clash with the government said.
In unanimously rejecting all six charges, the tribunal stressed that there is a high standard of proof to satisfy in blackmail charges.
The UK’s Judicial Conduct Investigations Office is investigating the judge after receiving complaints following the courtroom exchange.
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The official says, “It almost seems Australia has lost its moral compass” the way it is allegedly treating asylum seekers.
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