The Age, July 25, 2015

Labor will review its support for the government's controversial data retention legislation just four months after it helped pass it into law, as ongoing internal ructions over the issue resurfaced at the party's national conference.

The move comes at a testing time for Labor leader Bill Shorten following his surprise announcements this week on new asylum seekers and renewable energy policies, and a bruising appearance at the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption this month.

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