Monthly Archives: July 2017

Is the Liberal Party Uniting?

The announcement by Prime Minister Mr Malcolm Turnbull this week for a new super-portfolio under the direction of present Immigration Minister Peter Dutton, to oversee and coordinate issues of national security, had been under consideration for at least several months. … Continue reading

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Happy (political) days are here again!!

Don’t you just love political intrigue! This is Peta (Incredible) Credlin. She has the Libs in a spin They are already fighting over her; and she is not yet even in Parliament. She is revered as a “fierce political warrior”, … Continue reading

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Who’s behind the current Liberal Party Brawl?

Ostensibly it’s an ideological war between the conservatives, slanting policies to preserve the privileges of the more wealthy, and those promoting more egalitarian legislation. Margaret Thatcher was the first female Prime Minister of the UK between 1979 and 1990, and … Continue reading

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Might longer parliamentary terms reduce leadership wrangling?

Australia’s last federal election (the 45th) was held on the 2nd July 2016, and resulted in only a  two seat majority for the Coalition in the House of Representatives. The outcome was: Coalition – 76 seats, Labor – 69 seats … Continue reading

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