In the two years since Morrison first promised us a federal anti-corruption body, the instances of wrongdoing within his party has been almost too many to count.
According to the watchdog that oversees the Department of Home Affairs, the marked increase in reported corruption is a massive boon.
The suicide of First Nation youth in this country is at a crisis point. But it is our lack of a meaningful response that should be loudly noted.
Last month, the Morrison government quietly tabled a bill that will expedite the deployment of military personnel to combat ‘civil emergencies’.
As it stands, Australia is the only western nation that does not have a bill guaranteeing its citizens’ rights. With our trust in the system deteriorating, is it time for a sweeping change?