This is how the numbers look in the House of Reps without Turnbull

Now that the Coalition is down one member in the House of Representatives, and one of its Nationals is sitting on the crossbench, its opponents might try to test the numbers with a vote of no confidence in Peter Dutton. Here's how that could play out.

Qld Premier’s move to strip Katter Party of staff labelled ‘fundamentally wrong’

The Queensland Council for Civil Liberties accuses Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk of acting in the same manner as controversial politician Sir Joh Bjelke-Peterson by stripping Katter's Australian Party of five parliamentary staff.

Fact check: Would reducing international student visas create university places for Australians?

In his maiden speech, Katter's Australian Party senator Fraser Anning said that international student visas should be "drastically reduced in number", which he says would create more university places for Australians. RMIT ABC Fact Check finds his claim to be ill-informed.

Flip-flop or fair dinkum? Pauline Hanson’s changing stance on tax cuts

She's been accused of flip-flopping on policy and labelled the "most unstable senator" in years. Here's what Pauline Hanson has had to say about One Nation's stance on company tax cuts within the last 72 hours.

Hanson-Burston breakdown a study in the peril of policy flip-flopping

Brian Burston will not be remembered as an ideological firebrand on the right-hand side of Australia's political spectrum, but his departure from One Nation leaves Pauline Hanson half as useful to the Government as she used to be.