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In the long run, the enemy of my enemy isn’t always my friend. It’s a mistake that’s proving costly for the Liberals
TWENTY years ago, during a long, leisurely lunch conversation about the Liberals and their history, John Howard expressed the view to...
Labor and the Coalition are caught between vying for the middle ground and differentiating themselves in the political marketplace. Behind it all, there’s one vital difference
If a new poll reflects opinion across the electorate then we are in the midst of a...
This week’s budget raises the question of whom the Liberal Party now represents
WE LEARN a lot from a new government’s first budget. Strategic priorities, previously existing only in verbal form, are given concrete expression; promises are sorted into the various categories of...