Opposition Leader Jeremy Corbyn says Labour will support a bill which will be put forward by Prime Minister Boris Johnson calling for an election in December after the prospect of a no-deal Brexit was ruled out. A judge describes the attack on year-old Aiia Maasarwe as "unsophisticated and opportunistic" in sentencing her killer to 36 years' prison, with a non-parole period of 30, as the victim's father and sister watch on in court. The ACCC is suing Google over serious allegations that it has been misleading its account holders and misusing personal data it collects. A Perth man who believed he had "special powers to identify paedophiles" is found not guilty of murdering a complete stranger at a bus stop because he was driven by psychosis at the time. The Labor leader has unveiled a faint glimpse of the vision he has for his prime ministership, but history could stand against him, writes national affairs correspondent Greg Jennett.
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The ratings war must really be heating up. You agree to learn the ABC's, and then they tell you about the other twenty three letters. They get you to agree to learn the ABC's, and then they tell you about the other twenty three letters. They see you out with other letters! But they never see me, unless you're there too!