Christian Porter names himself (plus, Australia’s university crisis)
The federal Attorney-General Christian Porter has identified himself as the cabinet minister accused of a sexual assault that allegedly took place in 1988. He strongly denied the allegations and refused to resign or step aside.
Also on today’s show, Judith Brett on the crisis facing Australia’s university sector, and Australian of the Year Grace Tame’s powerful speech at the National Press Club.
Guest: Writer for The Monthly Judith Brett.
Background reading: The bin fire of the humanities in The Monthly
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