Peter Brent is a writer and adjunct fellow at Swinburne University.
Federal and state factors interacted yesterday, but not in the way you might think, writes Peter Brent.
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.