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(generated from captions) Turnbull Government has done with them and I think that's says something very serious about the way this government - has been prepared to approach its discussions with certain crossbenchers.But nothing has come across your desk to indicate that there is something improper in a legal sense about the election of Lucy Gichuhi, just very briefly?This is a matter for the organisational party, and I'm sure they'll consider it appropriately. Senator Penny Wong, pleasure to have your company. Thanks for joining us. Good to be with you.That's all from Lateline. You can find all of tonight's stories and interviews on our website. See you tomorrow.

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This program is live captioned by Ericsson Access Services. Tonight: British Prime Minister Theresa May calls for a snap election on June 8.The only way to guarantee certainty and stability for the years ahead is to hold this election.

Malcolm Turnbull rejects claims Conservative MPs pressured him into abolishing 457 visa. Pyongyang threatens all-out war if the US takes military action against North Korea. And: Sam Burgess found not guilty of a grade one shoulder charge at the NRL judiciary.

Good evening. Johanna Nicholson with ABC News. The British Prime Minister has called a snap general election as Britain negotiates its way out of