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December 8, 2021
The PM would like both Christensen and the media to zip it
December 7, 2021
Labor distances itself from the Greens, while the Coalition does little to condemn the actual radicals in its own ranks
December 6, 2021
In attempting to take down an independent MP, Morrison is helping pro-integrity candidates across the country
December 3, 2021
How did Labor end up with an emissions-reduction target of just 43 per cent?
December 2, 2021
Is Morrison’s standing down of Alan Tudge a sign that he’s listening to women or watching the polls?
December 1, 2021
Instead of tackling the pressing issues facing the nation, Morrison homes in on unnecessary laws
November 30, 2021
A new report calls for parliament to “set the standard” on safe and respectful workplaces, but the PM remains unconvincing
November 29, 2021
Who is the government’s “anti-troll” law actually designed to protect?
November 26, 2021
Morrison yet again undermines a female MP, while publicly showing “support”
November 25, 2021
Morrison’s decision to prioritise religious freedom over integrity sees yet another defection
November 16, 2021
The Coalition continues to court a dangerous demographic
November 15, 2021
The PM says the ABC is not “above scrutiny”, but his government seems to be
November 12, 2021
More falsehoods foreshadow the PM’s release of the net-zero modelling
November 11, 2021
The PM’s attacks on Labor are growing increasingly detached from reality
November 10, 2021
The government isn’t willing to do much to lower emissions, but it is willing to throw money at carbon capture and storage
November 9, 2021
Morrison’s rhetorical backflip on EVs is gobsmacking, even for him