Tag Archives: Malcolm Turnbull

It’s time now for Everyday Australians to have their say!

Almost ever since Malcolm Turnbull became Prime Minister three years ago, Conservative Media personalities have been relentlessly gunning for him. Tony Abbott, their crack marksman, despite initial scruples, has been precise and effective in his attacks. Respected journalist Peter Hartcher’s … 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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Malcolm Turnbull – a leader who can keep his cool.

Malcolm Bligh Turnbull was sworn in as the 29th Prime Minister of Australia by the Governor General Peter Cosgrove after a ten vote leadership ballot victory on the 14th September 2015. Despite winning the 2016 double dissolution election on July … Continue reading

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