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Not much joy for the Liberal-National coalition and the Labor Party in today's political research news. In The Australian Newspoll had the two parties share of the vote at just 72%. That's five percentage points down on the share at the last election. And in The Sydney Morning Herald a report on what focus groups have found about the current feeling of voters towards the big two had this to say:
Not much doubt about a major theme of the new Australian Conservatives when an election does come.
If, like me, you find all this discussion of what Section 44 of the Constitution actually means a bit confusing, Background Paper Number 29 Dual·Citizenship, Foreign Allegiance and s.44(i) of the Australian Constitution,prepared back in 1993 for the Parliamentary Research Service might help The author Sarah O'Brien brings together what the High Court has said about the section along with a summary of
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At the weekend Kellyanne Conway, one of the US President's attack dogs, went on television to argue that lies told by her boss Donald Trump are ok because ‘he doesn’t think he’s lying’. Think Progress described the amazing interlude: