The federal government's signature ABCC legislation, which acted as the trigger for this year's historic double dissolution, has finally passed the Senate.
The building watchdog, which was scrapped by the former Labor government, was reinstated on Wednesday after passing the Senate 36-33.
Despite initially being introduced by the former Abbott government back in 2014, the government finally got its signature legislation with the votes of One Nation, the Xenophon Team, Victorian senator Derryn Hinch, and Liberal Democrat David Leyonhjelm.
So it's a massive day for the gove– WAIT UP WAIT UP WAIT UP.
Then Labor sneakily moved an amendment to the government's 15% backpacker tax, proposing that it actually should be 10.5%. And it passed!
The opposition corralled the Senate's chaotic crossbench to essentially shoot down the legislation, which everyone thought was a done deal.
Finance minister Mathias Cormann absolutely lost it.
He said Labor would wear the backpacker tax issue like a "rose of crowns".
That's right. A rose. Of crowns.
Mark Di Stefano is a media and politics correspondent for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.