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Brekky Wrap: Socceroos Bow Out Of Russia, Company Tax Cuts And Thomas Markle Lashes Out

All the news you need to know this Wednesday morning.

Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak says he is at a loss for words after his team went down to Peru 2-0 in their World Cup clash. The Aussies needed to win to progress to the round of 16, and for France to defeat Denmark but neither made it through.

A crushing defeat for the Socceroos. Image: Getty

Pauline Hanson has revealed she could support the government's company tax cuts. The One Nation leader said she could be swayed if the Turnbull Government backed new coal-fired power plants in North Queensland to keep prices lower for families and business.

Pauline Hanson in Parliament. Image: AAP

The US Supreme court has upheld President Donald Trump's travel ban targeting several Muslim countries. Claims the policy discriminated on religious grounds have been rejected.

President Donald Trump applauds during a public swearing-in ceremony for Neil Gorsuch in Washington. Image: Evan Vucci

President Trump reacted to the Supreme Court's decision on Twitter.

A number of historical deaths in NSW in the 1970's, 80's and 90's have been found to have been motivated by gay hate. A report found eight of the 88 deaths reviewed were gay hate bias-related crimes. NSW Police have made 12 recommendations, which will be accepted.

NSW Police await the start of the 40th annual Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade in Sydney. Image: AAP

A man has been charged over a brawl at a Liberal Party branch meeting at a cafe last week. Authorities say the 27-year-old man was restrained before pushing an officer and running from the scene. A 37-year-old man suffered injuries during the incident. The man has been granted conditional bail as police continue their inquiries.

Police tape. Image: Getty

Meghan Markle’s father has slammed the Queen over her meeting with U.S President Donald Trump. Thomas Markle appeared in a paid interview on Good Morning Britain last week saying he’s annoyed he still hasn’t been introduced to the British monarch.

Thomas Markle says he's annoyed he hasn't met the Queen. Image: Good Morning Britain

Crash victim Ernie has returned to the Victorian bush, after being saved by staff at Werribee Open Range Zoo and a wildlife shelter operator. The four-year-old koala was struck by a car in Victoria's southwest seven months ago,  sustaining a deep cut on his back and fractured a piece of bone off his femur.

Crash Victim Ernie climbs a tree. Image: AAP

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