Documents seized by the AFP from the parliamentary office of Labor MP Jason Clare during a raid on 24 August should be returned, a bipartisan panel has ruled.
The Coalition government may face opposition from one of its own side over Wednesday's AFP raid on parliamentary offices, with right-wing Senator Cory Bernardi saying he may back the Labor move to refer the raid to the parliamentary privileges committee.
What point does the Coalition government hope to prove by having the Australian Federal Police raid the email accounts of Labor staffers in a search for the leaker of documents that led to stories about the catastrophic delay in rolling out the NBN?
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