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Au to refuse visas for domestic violence offenders
Visitors to Australia can be refused entry or kicked out if they have been convicted of domestic violence, under a new federal government directive. Immigration Minister David Coleman's decision came into force on Thursday, barring anyone who has committed violence against women or children from the country. "If you've been convicted of a violent crime against women or children, you are not welcome," Mr Coleman said.https://www.sbs.com.au/news/australia-to-refuse-visas-for-domestic-violence-offenders?fbclid=IwAR1sNf3IoONvuNFbEnoTTDL2Wnc_9fh4aGoXOjPAGx_EAgoHkUZWtg01i2Q
Jordan Peterson says Kavanaugh should step down
Peterson stated before the Senate had confirmed Kavanagh that if appointed he should step down. This was in the context of a discussion with Brett Weinstein where it was stated that both outcomes of the Kavanaugh confirmation process would be unacceptable. Now that Kavanaugh has been appointed, would stepping down be the right thing to do. Image Credit: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters
Can Macron save his presidency?
Emmanuel Macron swept to power in May 2017 by presenting himself as a youthful anti-populist reformer, a shining example of what was still possible in centrist politics.Eighteen months later and rocked by mass protests and record low approval ratings, France’s youngest leader since Napoleon faces electoral oblivion. Last year’s demonstrations against his labour law and rail reform had already tested his presidency, but combined with a bodyguard scandal, stubbornly high unemployment, multiple ministerial resignations and a series of media missteps it appears the French working and middle classes have had enough.https://www.theweek.co.uk/98134/can-emmanuel-macron-save-his-presidency