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Q+A on ABC – This week on Q+A… after a bruising week for the Liberal Party with election defeat in NSW and Victoria’s battle over rogue member Moira Deeming – what does the weekend Aston by election result mean for both sides?

Labor is hoping to pass more legislation through parliament this week – after finally securing a deal on its climate bill. But the government’s key housing bill is looking shaky, as the Greens stand their ground over more help for renters.

Easing inflation figures indicate that interest rates are starting to bite – so will the RBA put the brakes on more hikes at its Tuesday meeting?

Overseas, Donald Trump has become the first US former president to face criminal charges, following a long-running investigation focused on hush-money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels. What could this mean for his 2024 campaign?

And data security is again in focus, as Latitude Financial faces legal action over a recent breach that saw current and former customers’ data stolen – including driver’s licence numbers from millions in Australia and New Zealand. Just what will the government have to do to protect citizens’ data?

Joining Stan Grant on the panel live in Melbourne for all this plus news of the week:

Amanda Rishworth, Minister for Social Services
Greg Mirabella, Victorian Liberal Party President
Deni Todorovič, Activist & podcast host
Osman Faruqi, Culture News Editor for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
Sara James, Journalist and author 

Each week, Q+A selects our top question to highlight in the newsletter.

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