Morrison’s skill at triple backward somersaults could save him, unless it reaches the point where people no longer believe his smudging of fact and fiction.
- by Niki Savva
To see Christian Porter assume the role of leader of the House of Representatives is an insult to all survivors of sexual abuse.
- by Grace Tame
The federal government now insists that the goal of zero-COVID be traded-in for a much less satisfactory future of “living alongside” the disease.
- by Bill Bowtell
Anthony Albanese must give voters good reason to overcome their innate caution about a Labor government, but Scott Morrison has to find a better way to undermine him.
- by Sean Kelly
Labor leader Anthony Albanese has vowed to overhaul national cabinet to offer a more “cohesive” approach to the pandemic if he wins power, accusing Prime Minister Scott Morrison of showing favouritism between states when the country need unity.
- by David Crowe
We have the benefit of others’ hindsight. We can’t afford not to make it our foresight.
- by Parnell Palme McGuinness
Gladys Berejiklian and Daniel Andrews saved the day in the first wave of coronavirus. We can’t afford them sideswiping while the Prime Minister is sidestepping.
- by George Megalogenis
Public fury over the slow vaccine rollout presumes that fixing it will deliver us from our troubles, but what if it can’t?
- by Waleed Aly
Per Capita executive director Emma Dawson announced her decision in a series of tweets on Tuesday evening that she would not contest the seat of Melbourne.
- by Rob Harris
Failure to condemn outlandish and extreme views, particularly from politicians, can give succour to those in the community who are seeking a cause for their anger.
- by Jenna Price
Labor went to both the 2016 and 2019 elections promising to halve the 50 per cent capital gains tax deduction and limit negative gearing to new properties only.
- by Rob Harris