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Labor has struck a deal with the Opposition to back the Voice referendum Machinery Bill but not everyone is happy within the Coalition with at least one senator threatening to cross the floor.

The Opposition Leader Peter Dutton was involved in these discussions – the bill will go through the senate with the Coalition’s support, meaning the government does not need to bargain with the crossbench’s demands.

Details of the deal brokered this morning – the government previously agreed to provide the Yes and No pamphlets and now they have agreed to change the tax deductibility status of the No campaign – donations over two dollars will be tax deductible.

The Coalition has caved over the equal funding for the Yes and No campaigns for administrative costs which could cause concern within the Coalition.

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