Last night, Scott Morrison changed the rules to avoid another Libspill, and thusly, save himself. As an LNP voter, it’s time we register the magnitude of this albatross we’ve enabled.
The Australian prime minister was an endangered species long before we did politics at the edge of a knife. You’re no Frank Forde, ScoMo.
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.
The Coalition’s worst Newspoll a decade should make it clear. Our brand of self-serving politics is now beyond our tolerance.
While we now know who makes up the Morrison government, a couple of surprises remain. Including one Peter Dutton.
It was a rather transient week, with ScoMo moving to Kirribilli and Donald Trump’s lawyer moving to jail.
We’re still drowning in the spill, but we can chuckle before it kills us, right? No? Welcome to an all-spill edition of Winners and Losers.
A case of mistaken identity has seen Twitter harass a random dude called Peter Dutton. Fair play to the guy though, he seems to be a decent candidate. Other Dutton for PM?
Here we go again. Petter Dutton has once again challenged Malcolm Turnbull, Idris Elba claimed that he won’t be 007 and Phil Collins is set to arrive in January. Yay!
I’m going to be frank. The political nonsense at home and abroad has pushed me to this point. I’m entering a detox until election day.
Malcolm Turnbull has a massive problem to navigate, as the sharks will invariably return to finish him off. A solution does exist, but it calls for bold action.
Well, the leadership challenge plot thickened, NZ did bad and one New Yorker used Tinder to rip of ‘The Bachelorette’. Beware the ides of Pete. And Tinder.
A black eye for Jesus, a lib removed to create a new leader and a fresh new haircut highlight the clusterboink that is our system of government. So, who won?
Scott Morrison’s appearance on Insiders yesterday drove home a truth. The Coalition is out of ideas, and as a Liberal voter, I feel poorly.
It has been 365 days since Spillmas morning, and our great hope has turned into the great nope. You know what? I miss Tony Abbott.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap faces ever changing Auspol beyond Libspill, Corbyn’s election in the UK and Vlad’s fingers on Syria.
Chetna Prakash was taken aback by Turnbull’s promises of change; it was the first time she heard positivity from an Australian Politician.
With the #libspill now over, we’re recapping the important points; Social Media’s best zingers. (The ones we could print)