The LNP loses yet another Newspoll

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After Wentworth, the Liberals are looking into the abyss

One of the most invaluable skills in politics is the ability to gauge the opinions and understandings of the electorate and, once this has been [>>>]
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Trouble brewing for the Liberals and feeling the love of a new PM

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Beware the hand of God

It’s six minutes into the second half of the World Cup game between Argentina and England in 1986, and the scores are locked at nil-all. [>>>]
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The Seven Days Of Madness In Canberra

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A dark day in Australian politics

It’s a rare sight to see a government split in two, but that’s exactly what we’ve seen in Canberra this week. The sad debacle of [>>>]

The political assassination of Emma Husar

Another week, another assassination of a Labor politician. No, I’m not talking about a real assassination – like the UK Labour MP Jo Cox, who [>>>]

A Super Saturday And The Big Media Fail

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Media fail and the last days of Malcolm Turnbull

The byelections as part of the so-called “Super Saturday” have resulted in unchanged numbers in the House of Representatives, but they may see the final [>>>]
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Turnbull unleashes his inner racism

Last Saturday, Malcolm Turnbull made the first prime ministerial visit to Tennant Creek since 1982 and announced to Indigenous leaders: “our job is to listen [>>>]

The pulp fiction of a Labor leadership challenge

A fascinating dynamic was created by the mainstream media last week, when they created a flurry of Labor leadership speculation. The cause of it? A [>>>]

Byelections, A Clash Of Western Civilisation And The ABC Of Attacking The Public Broadcaster

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A Failing Budget [transcript]

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A Failing Budget, Gaza Disaster and The Spectre Of An Early Election

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What has this government ever done for you? Probably nothing

The Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has repeatedly ruled out an early election, claiming “there is no plan, intention or consideration given to doing anything other [>>>]
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Turnbull is missing in action on the banks

Sometimes, it’s beneficial for a politician to offer a mea culpa and, if executed correctly, can become a successful part of their political repertoire and [>>>]
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Turnbull and the mystery of economic management

This week was all about the magical number of 30 – 30 consecutive losing Newspolls for the Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, or 111, if you [>>>]
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Tonight’s Newspoll is brought to you by the number 30

Number 30. It has been the most anticipated number in recent Australian politics and finally, it’s with us – it’s the thirtieth consecutive losing Newspoll [>>>]
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Further trouble for the Turnbull government: Monash and the AEC take aim

Today was the day the Turnbull government lost its majority and plunged into minority government… well, not exactly, but due to a redistribution of electorates [>>>]
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Conflicts of interest and the corruption of politics

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The week in politics: The return of Batman and the support of an inequitable rort

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