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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History repeats, but never precisely
Abbott might come back, but Turnbull can still head him off
Turnbull’s careful strategy was undercut today
Christopher Pyne’s comments were not “explosive”, but they will create trouble for the PM
Are we witnessing a reverse duck?
The chaos in the Liberal Party may not be all that it seems
Who is to blame?
The government did not fall, but questions should be asked
Hanson is as Hanson does
The Liberal Party has cosied up to Pauline Hanson, and should be ashamed of itself
Everyone’s a winner
Turnbull’s big day
Same old government
This week suggests nothing much has changed
Voters can see that nothing much has changed
Newspoll would suggest that Turnbull is stuck
Laurie Oakes was right to report on the Midwinter Ball – but other questions need revisiting
Yep, Turnbull’s future depends on these men ...
Abbott and Christensen could bring the PM down
The great climate charade
An end to the climate wars? Yeah, right.
State your case
Politicians should show voters more respect
Something for everyone
An absolutely massive day in politics
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