Sean Kelly

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565 ENTRIES Sean Kelly is the author of The Game: A Portrait of Scott Morrison, 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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Heavy is the head that wears the crown

The Politics

Heavy is the head that wears the crown

The republic is just one of Turnbull’s problems

Junior Burger looks cooked

The Politics

Junior Burger looks cooked

A bad day for Donald Trump and his family

Pedalling the outrage cycle

The Politics

Pedalling the outrage cycle

The PM gave a nuanced speech about the dangers of labels

Deadly deadlines

The Politics

Deadly deadlines

The Liberals should ignore the latest bad poll

Korea advice

The Politics

Korea advice

Turnbull arrives in Hamburg, while troubles at home bubble along

Strength in numbers

The Politics

Strength in numbers

The Liberal Party can stop Abbott, but only if it acts as one

 Turnbull, Global Citizen

The Politics

Turnbull, Global Citizen

The PM wins an award, while Abbott keeps making trouble

Strengths and weaknesses

The Politics

Strengths and weaknesses

Turnbull gets ready for his trip overseas

Out of the mouths of babes

The Politics

Out of the mouths of babes

The Liberal catfight continued today

A long week is over

The Politics

A long week is over

Turnbull looked very human today

Politics or Pell?

The Politics

Politics or Pell?

The daily tussle can distract us from much bigger changes in society

History repeats, but never precisely

The Politics

History repeats, but never precisely

Abbott might come back, but Turnbull can still head him off

Are we witnessing a reverse duck?

The Politics

Are we witnessing a reverse duck?

The chaos in the Liberal Party may not be all that it seems

Turnbull’s careful strategy was undercut today

The Politics

Turnbull’s careful strategy was undercut today

Christopher Pyne’s comments were not “explosive”, but they will create trouble for the PM

Who is to blame?

The Politics

Who is to blame?

The government did not fall, but questions should be asked