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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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Full disclosure

The Politics

Full disclosure

Dyson Heydon has still more questions to answer

One swallow does not a summer make

The Politics

One swallow does not a summer make

The test of today’s reform summit will be in the months and years ahead

The problems you don’t see

The Politics

The problems you don’t see

We tend to accept things we shouldn’t

Tax cuts – too good to be true?

The Politics

Tax cuts – too good to be true?

We should believe in Hockey’s tax cuts when we see them

The calm before the storm

The Politics

The calm before the storm

The Royal Commission proceeded calmly today. The political debate will not

Splitting the difference

The Politics

Splitting the difference

The PM speaks very differently to different groups

Getting Tony Abbott’s attention

The Politics

Getting Tony Abbott’s attention

Two columnists the prime minister should listen to: Miranda Devine and Janet Albrechtsen

Political exams

The Politics

Political exams

Tony Abbott’s enemies are trying to set him up to fail

Bill Shorten’s prospects

The Politics

Bill Shorten’s prospects

Is Bill Shorten this generation’s John Hewson, or its Tony Abbott?

Why is Dyson Heydon acting like a politician?

The Politics

Why is Dyson Heydon acting like a politician?

Every possible step needs to be taken to end this scandal.

A disaster a day

The Politics

A disaster a day

Tony Abbott is lurching from crisis to crisis

A sad day

The Politics

A sad day

Same-sex marriage delayed

The PM moves another step closer to crisis

The Politics

The PM moves another step closer to crisis

Tony Abbott may have made one “Captain’s Call” too many

Silver linings

The Politics

Silver linings

Tony Abbott didn’t want Tony Smith to be Speaker, but he might yet be grateful

Safety not guaranteed

The Politics

Safety not guaranteed

Tony Abbott may be closer to disaster than he realises