Perhaps the most disturbing part of the festival of bad behaviour brought to us by Jamie Briggs and […]
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The Political Weekly: While we were relaxing, our PM decided to take out the trash – starting with one minister.
Will our former secret crush now rush us unseemingly towards the altar/ballot box? For The New DailyFiled under: […]
The Political Weekly: The Government’s budget update was an amateur affair.
The Political Weekly: There’s nothing quite so pathetic as a self-deluded has-been politician, desperately trying to squawk their way back into the political spotlight, but in so doing only reinforcing the reason they were relegated to feather duster status in the first place.
If the past week in politics is any indication, politicians have no idea whether voters pay attention to politics.
The royal commission into union corruption may have cleared Bill Shorten, but the Labor leader is still facing pressure over his party's union links and in many ways his job has just been made harder.
The Political Weekly: PM’s own team questioning orders, plus Julie Bishop’s sly move and Shorten's Dorky Dancing.
A popular Prime Minister leading a party praised for its economic management wants to have a national conversation about expanding the GST. This leaves the Opposition Leader in an invidious position.
The Political Weekly: Tony Abbott tries to make the best of a very bad situation.