Peter Brent is a writer and adjunct fellow at Swinburne University.
Are the old days of majority government coming to an end?
Scott Morrison has proved himself adept at manipulating party-room sentiment, but his efforts so far at wooing the electorate have not been spectacularly successful, writes Peter Brent.
Deft management and misleading polls helped turn Super Saturday into a public relations coup for Labor.
Tony Abbott is an unwelcome presence — for the government at least — amid the tangle of by-elections on 28 July, writes Peter Brent.
It’s a battle to get noticed by Australia’s small group of Trumpian voters, but David Leyonhjelm might have worked out how, writes Peter Brent.