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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The right balance
The PM isn’t political enough while Bill Shorten risks overegging it
Whether the NT Royal Commission into youth detention achieves anything will be measured over decades
The PM’s move today seemed desperate. It was.
The PM may be gaining some much-needed momentum
A very good day
An excellent result shouldn’t trick us into thinking the survey was a good idea
Kristina Keneally takes Bennelong into the big time
The PM is in real trouble, even if it’s not all his fault
Caught in the matrix
Every day is the same, and might be for months
The way we talk about our country needs to change
Turnbull and Shorten met today. Predictably, they disagreed
An unlikely crisis
What could Turnbull have done, really?
The beginning of the end
An election now seems very likely
2018 is likely to be just as bad for the PM as this year has been
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