PM responds to Christine Holgate, National Cabinet ups meetings over COVID vaccine | The Drum

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TONIGHT: No apology from the PM, but Scott Morrison says he “regrets” his comments about former AusPost boss Christine Holgate.

PLUS: the Assistant Defence Minister claims the ADF has become “too woke”.

Joining Patricia Karvelas:

• Jason Yatsen Li, Managing Director of Yat-sen Associates and President of the Chinese Australian Forum

• Greg Sheridan, Foreign Editor at the Australian

• Dr. Neela Janakiramanan, plastic surgeon

• Marie Coleman, advisor to the social policy committee at the National Foundation for Australian Women

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