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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Political weakness tends to multiply
A long way to go
Things may yet get worse for the PM
Inconsistent attacks on Bill Shorten reflect the government’s own inconsistencies
This is not a horse race
The way the marriage campaign is being analysed leaves a lot to be desired
The government’s frustration with a messy political landscape is obvious
Abbott wants climate to be Turnbull’s downfall, again
The Australian government’s response to the crisis in Myanmar seems contradictory
Setting a good example
The Victorian premier shows Malcolm Turnbull what can be done on donations
Apathy killed the radio star
The PM is trying to reach voters – but what if voters can’t be reached?
Two years in, Turnbull still has time to make his mark – but not much
Can Turnbull finally turn climate policy to his advantage?
Turnbull’s massive gamble
The PM may have sabotaged himself with his big energy fight
Business as usual, for once
It was a surprisingly quiet day in parliament
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