When the Greens lost two senators in a week last month because they fell foul of the Australian Constitution, which forbids dual citizens from being elected to parliament, Barnaby Joyce warned against "throwing stones". But prime minister Malcolm Turnbull didn't hold back, saying the Greens were guilty of "incredible sloppiness" and "extraordinary negligence". Today the PM finds the future of his own deputy in doubt because, like former Green...

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