Australian federal police to be grilled over media raids when parliament returns

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Labor’s Doug Cameron calls for greater parliamentary oversight of police and security agencies The Australian federal police will be called before a parliamentary committee to explain its decision to launch raids on journalists, as a Labor senator calls for a massive expansion of parliamentary oversight of police and security agencies. The Liberal MP Craig Kelly, who chairs parliament’s joint comm
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