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One year timeout for bankrupts back on the table

Kim Carr, in the usual waistcoat and tie, speaks during a committee hearing

Labor Senator Kim Carr knows all the tricks of the trade when it comes to extracting intel from reluctant officials during Senate Estimates hearings. Image credit: Lukas Coch/AAP

Senate Estimates veteran Labor Senator Kim Carr winkled out of officials the fact that a contentious bankruptcy bill could be re-introduced to parliament, reigniting debate about a one-year timeout.[.....]

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