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Labor talks up SA jobs risk from new subs deal

Labor will push to have Australian jobs written into any new submarine contract and has criticised the Morrison Government for leaving businesses high and dry after tearing up the $90b French deal.

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison met French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris in June but Macron only learned of the secretly-negotiated AUKUS deal just before it was announced. Photo: Rafael Yaghobzadeh/AP
News

Macron in no rush for Morrison talks or ambassador return

French President Emmanuel Macron would be ready to speak with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison if the talks were “prepared in a serious manner,” an official says, but there is no word on when France will return its ambassador to Australia.

Opinion

Australia still looks for a protector

Ditching French submarines for the AUKUS regional security embrace shouldn’t surprise given Australia’s historic desire for friends in high places, argues Romain Fathi.

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