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Ruddock refuses to budge on sedition, but may allow researchers access to banned books

Federal Attorney-general Philip Ruddock has rejected the key recommendation of the Australian Law Reform Commission's report into the Government's 2005 Anti-terrorism Act--that the term ‘sedition' be removed.‘I won't be recommending we change our view,' Ruddock told the Sydney Morning Herald, but he did say that the Government will consider other...

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