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565 ENTRIES Sean Kelly is a columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, and was an adviser to Labor prime ministers Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd.



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Image of Prime Minister Scott Morrison cheering during an NRL match between the Cronulla Sharks and the North Queensland Cowboys, July 25, 2019. Image © Craig Golding / AAP Image

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Scott Morrison’s suburban development

On the creation of the prime minister’s daggy dad persona

Gif of cover image from The Monthly September issue

Politics

Snapback

In the face of the pandemic, Scott Morrison has failed to adjust his thinking, and wants to return to the way things used to be

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Mark Latham: The outsider

How did a man with such right-wing beliefs become Labor Party leader, and what is he cooking up now?

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Looking for Scott Morrison

The rise, duck and weave of Australia’s no-fault prime minister

The Politics

A good kind of uncertainty

This year brought many surprises, and that’s a good thing

The Politics

Say it like you mean it

Our leaders need to spend more time considering their words

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Time bombs

A day when silly things were said and long-range troubles came into view

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Overlooked

Today’s reshuffle had some problems – such as not enough women getting promoted

The Politics

A case of mistaken identity

After a bitter year, voters might have trouble spotting the difference between our leaders

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Don’t look away

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse reported today. What happens next is up to all of us.

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Expectations

Bennelong may prove a damp squib, but 2018 will fire things up again

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Remember policy?

Today offered a small glimpse of a better type of political debate

The Politics

D-Day

Dastyari leaves parliament

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Lingering issues

Labor seems divided over the Dastyari affair

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Remember this moment

The frustrations of this week will fade, but the change to our laws will last

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