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Twenty years ago, Trade Union legend Bill Ludwig introduced me to Bill Shorten, telling me that here was a young guy who was going places.
by Everald Compton - 24/05/2019 - 11 comments
In Queensland, the ALP was devastated electorally because voters put jobs above climate change.
by Bernie Masters - 23/05/2019 - 17 comments
The pollsters got it wrong, the bookies got it wrong, the punters got it wrong the ABC and most of the mainstream media got it wrong and obviously Bill Shorten got it very wrong.
by John Mikkelsen - 22/05/2019 - 11 comments
Throughout the Howard years, federal Labor found itself constantly incapable of recovering the 'aspirational' blue collar voters who had found comfort in the arms of the conservative Coalition government.
by Binoy Kampmark - 21/05/2019 - 15 comments
The sleeper cells I'm thinking of were not highlighted in the mass media coverage. They weren't mentioned in what I heard and read after the voting.
by Spencer Gear - 21/05/2019 - 10 comments
Death is rarely a matter of good timing but it can be part of a good career move or the perfect conclusion to his political party's attempt to reclaim office.
by Binoy Kampmark - 20/05/2019 - 3 comments
Federal Labor's promise to contribute $10 billion toward the cost of the $50 billion Melbourne suburban rail loop shows it's prepared to see a generation or two of infrastructure funding pissed away if it offers a political advantage.
by Alan Davies - 17/05/2019 - 7 comments
Things are different in 2019. The liberalising agenda around the world has all but petered out, while on the left there is a resurgence of belief and confidence in government intervention.
by David Alexander - 16/05/2019 - 6 comments
Well, all he did was ask a reasonable question which should have received an honest answer.
by John Mikkelsen - 16/05/2019 - 6 comments
This is a far cry from the supposedly mighty role the use of social media was meant to have in participatory politics.
by Binoy Kampmark - 14/05/2019 - 6 comments
Instead of doing merely this, Labor could not resist announcing a raft of big-spending policies, the removal of many tax concessions, and an expansion of an already radical climate-change policy.
by Brendan O'Reilly - 13/05/2019 - 8 comments
The LNP thinks it will hold most seats in Queensland but that confidence could yet be as misplaced as it was during the Super Saturday by-elections.
by Graham Young - 13/05/2019 - 3 comments

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