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Declining support for the major parties sends politicians to the extremes
By Jim Middleton
23 February 2017
The right’s fawning over an empty provocateur reveals its skewed priorities
By Dominic Kelly
22 February 2017
The government’s social security crackdown is a familiar war on the poor
By Amy McQuire
21 February 2017
The Turnbull government is peddling energy myths and climate denialism
By Nick Feik
20 February 2017
Taken for suckers, the media keeps throwing punches
By Elle Hardy
17 February 2017
The South Australian senator is a crucial figure in budget negotiations
By Jim Middleton
16 February 2017
The notion that Pauline Hanson has matured since the 1990s is an orchestrated myth
By Dominic Kelly
15 February 2017
Our recent prime ministers have at least one thing in common: none of them has lived up to their rhetoric on Indigenous affairs
By Amy McQuire
14 February 2017
Malcolm Turnbull continues to put his own survival ahead of the national interest
By Jamie Hall
13 February 2017
Apportioning blame for the rise of Australia’s nationalist right
By Elle Hardy
10 February 2017
The prime minister’s attack on Bill Shorten won’t solve the rest of his problems
By Jim Middleton
9 February 2017
No responsible government can be completely beholden to its most ideological elements
By Dominic Kelly
8 February 2017
Can Cory Bernardi find a large following in an already splintered conservative movement?
By Amy McQuire
7 February 2017
Bernardi’s plan to abandon the Coalition is just one of Turnbull’s problems this week
By Jamie Hall
6 February 2017
Australia is struggling to come to grips with the radical new disorder
By Elle Hardy
3 February 2017
Turnbull’s day of misses and own goals
By Jim Middleton
2 February 2017
Looking to conservatives to lead the opposition to Trump is foolish
By Dominic Kelly
1 February 2017
They may shock, but some of Trump’s policies have a familiar ring to them
By Amy McQuire
31 January 2017

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