politics

A pack of bankers

The financial services royal commission has revealed more than anyone banked on

What’s in a name?

From Pig Iron Bob to Unbelieva-Bill: the trouble with nicknames in politics

Turning a blind eye to live exports

Just how bad do things have to get before we declare the system broken?

A tale of two leaders: Malcolm Turnbull and Emmanuel Macron

They have much in common, and yet their approaches to leadership couldn’t be more different

Why Adani won’t die

The Carmichael coalmine is as much about symbols and interests as it is about jobs and money

The bankers’ prime minister

Highlighting Shorten’s union past has awkward implications for the PM

South African farmers: we will decide

Australia, refugees and the politics of fear

Manus Island tourism

Is the former detention centre site a tropical paradise or hell on earth?

It’s just not cricket

Sledging is unlikely to improve, on the field or in politics

Don’t bank on it

The banking royal commission is unlikely to lead to lasting reform

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