The Morrison government is facing calls from its backbench to launch its own inquiry into foreign interference in Australian academia, with the head of the powerful security committee saying he is ready and willing to take on the task. Labor is also open to backing such an inquiry, with Guardian Australia learning that senior opposition frontbenchers are seeking a briefing from security and intelligence officials to hear about their concerns very soon. The intelligence agency Asio has been briefing universities on the risks of such programs. Hastie said while no one was opposed to research collaboration, it should be done transparently. Hastie said there was a fair amount of support on the backbench for a thorough inquiry, and the PJCIS was willing and able to conduct the inquiry if referred. We can do both classified and unclassified hearings.
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Election campaigns are over in a matter of months, but the fear they cause can be far longer lasting. In a new three-part series, Alex Lee investigates the way fear is part of our everyday lives - and what we can do about it. As part of our deep dive into the fear, and the role it plays in our lives, The Feed looked at just what part this plays in the political landscape. The empty chamber of the House of Representatives. There's absolutely almost no references to the other candidate, it's impossible to rebut, but it's unbelievably effective. In the lead up to the election, Labor operatives had used text messages to claim Medicare could be privatised by a government run by then-Liberal leader Malcolm Turnbull. Former Prime Minister John Howard. Mr Harris said climate action, the rise of China, terrorism and the arrival of refugees are current fear-based political issues in Australia. Scare campaigns: Why fear is king in Australian politics. So what is QAnon anyway?