With Scott Morrison demoting his oft-missing Environment Minister and moving back his tax cuts, I think a quick review might be in order.
The Morrison government dreams of an equal future, where opportunity is even for all Australians. David Coleman, Minister for Banks, is a driving force in this regard.
The Morrison Government is providing the framework to bolster the strength of women in small businesses. Their candidate in Reid, Fiona Martin, is a testament to that.
The Morrison Government knows that families are the cornerstone of our society. Their candidate in Dobell, Jilly Pilon puts those words into action.
The Morrison government is creating a better future for Australians who live outside our metropolitan areas. The electorate of Robertson has Lucy Wicks, a candidate committed to improving the streets she knows best.
The Morrison government is looking to protect our greatest asset, the bush, and Eden-Monaro’s Fiona Kotvojs is leading the charge for rural Australians. There’s nowhere like the Australian bush. It has a unique character and richness beyond peer. Yet there is discontent among its people. They believe the government in Canberra is prone to…
The Morrison government prides itself on its economic track record. Their platform of employment and stability is personified in Bennelong’s John Alexander.
Australians look forward to stronger healthcare frameworks with the Morrison Government and member for Lindsay, Melissa McIntosh.
The crux of the Morrison campaign is sound financial management. So far, they’ve managed to amass $700 billion in debt.
What a week it was. Christchurch suffered Australian-grown terrorism, our children marched to make us see the obvious and one homeless teen beat the odds.
Current affairs this week: escalation in the Crimean peninsula, a racially motivated schoolyard assault, student protest against government climate change inaction, and further erosion for the Libs.
This week, Malcolm Turnbull faced criticism over the “Vote Tony Out” Instagram page. But with the Liberal party in its current state, I can’t help but feel it might be a good idea.
We might bristle at the concept of the “quota”, but the truth is that we need greater representation, and we need that now.
In an extraordinary turn of events, the extent of the bullying within the Liberal Party was illuminated for all to see.
Scott Morrison has vowed to handle it internally, but the bullying during the spill that placed him in power should be openly discussed in the public forum.
In front of our eyes, we’ve seen our politics devolve into the pursuit of revenge. But just how sweet is revenge, and how long will we see it last?
While we now know who makes up the Morrison government, a couple of surprises remain. Including one Peter Dutton.