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Richard Glover has learnt a lot since last week's release of the Palace Letters.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published 2 weeks ago

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Of course, the Palace letters contain no "smoking gun" from the Queen herself, but so what?
Credit: The Age - Published 3 weeks ago

The Palace letters reveal Sir John Kerr wanted to impress the Queen - and he wanted to be a player.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 3 weeks ago

While some readers dismissed the letters between John Kerr and Buckingham Palace as a "fizzer", others said their release strengthened the case for a republic.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published 3 weeks ago

Readers continue to discuss the Palace letters and the 1975 Dismissal
Credit: The Age - Published 3 weeks ago

The Palace letters expose the role of Australia's then chief justice in the Whitlam Dismissal and cast a pall over judicial independence.
Credit: The Age - Published 3 weeks ago

Readers discuss the release of the Palace letters and the dismissal of the Whitlam government.
Credit: The Age - Published 3 weeks ago

The Age has long backed a republic, but It is questionable whether this should be the priority for constitutional reform since the campaign could distract from..
Credit: The Age - Published 3 weeks ago

Elizabeth II's role in 1975 is debatable but Australians should not have to call the Palace before taking political decisions.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published 3 weeks ago

The Palace letters between Sir John Kerr and the private secretary of the Queen reveal more than just details around the dismissal of the Whitlam government.
Credit: The Age - Published 3 weeks ago

The documents behind the 1975 dismissal of the Whitlam government illuminate one of the biggest events in the nation's history.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published 3 weeks ago

Instead of showing that the palace interfered in the dismissal of the Whitlam government, it shows that Whitlam sought palace interference.
Credit: The Age - Published 3 weeks ago

Why has the release of 1200 pages of letters from the '70s caused such a stir? Who wrote them? And what do they say?
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 3 weeks ago

In this episode, Nathanael Cooper and Shane Wright discuss the revelations in the palace letters and why it's taken so long for Australians to access them.Β 
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published 3 weeks ago

The Palace letters have just blown apart the claim that the Queen played no part in Sir John Kerr's decisions.
Credit: The Age - Published 3 weeks ago

The Queen was not told about Sir John Kerr's final decision to dismiss Gough Whitlam.
Credit: SBS - Published 3 weeks ago

Professor Jenny Hocking recently won her longstanding campaign for the National Archives of Australia to release the so-called β€œpalace letters” about the..
Credit: SBS - Published 3 weeks ago

Historian Jenny Hocking says the papers will highlight the "problematic" claim the Palace had no part in the dismissal of the Whitlam government in 1975.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 3 weeks ago

Historian Jenny Hocking says the papers will highlight the "problematic" claim the Palace had no part in the dismissal of the Whitlam government in 1975.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published 3 weeks ago

More than 200 letters between former governor general Sir John Kerr and Buckingham Palace in the years around the Whitlam Dismissal will be made public.
Credit: The Age - Published on July 9, 2020

Hundreds of potentially explosive letters that shed light on what the Queen knew in the lead-up to Gough Whitlam's dismissal will be released next month.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published on June 17, 2020

Weeks after the High Court ordered the potentially explosive letters be released, the agency holding them won't say when they will be made public.
Credit: The Age - Published on June 16, 2020

Australians have been barred from taking a peek at correspondence between our two highest office holders on a matter of vital importance.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published on May 29, 2020

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