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Crikey is an Australian electronic magazine comprising a website and email newsletter available to subscribers. Crikey was described by the former Federal Opposition Leader Mark Latham as the "most popular website in Parliament House" in The Latham Diaries. In 2014 it had around 17,000 paying subscribers.[1]

Crikey originally took a centre-right approach to politics but as of 2023 is openly woke.[2][3]

Crikey has previously published reasonable definitions used by those that support and those that oppose woke:


"[T]o be informed, educated on and aware of social injustices". [4][5]


"[T]o be overly politically correct and to police other’s words". [6][7]

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