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Welcome to 2018's edition of Overthrow-a-Prime-Minister Day, the day when ordinary Australians are reminded to change their smoke alarm batteries and tweet about #auspol helplessly from the sidelines.

In case you missed it, there's been some Turnbull-ence in Australian politics in the past few weeks. There just Dutton seem to be an end to political parties knifing Prime Ministers in the back.

You may not be able to do much Abbott politics in Canberra, but maybe playing some political board games will make you feel a bit better this weekend. Or worse, I guess.


Given that we're getting closer to PAX Australia, it's only natural that the subject of video games as a business and an industry more broadly is going to crop up.

And thanks to Greens co-deputy leader Scott Ludlam, crop up it did. The Senator had the opportunity to pop some questions to Federal Communications Minister Mitch Fifield at a meeting of the Senate Environment and Communications Legislation Committee, and Fifield was, well, barely interested.