The Morrison government has announced a transformative health program that will promise “more doctors, nurses and services”, there might be a caveat, however.
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 week saw freed Bali Nine smuggler Renae Lawrence turn herself in for previous outstanding charges, an American missionary killed in India, and an enthusiastic father going too far to ensure his son’s football team’s win.
This week was heavy with Brexit splitting the Tories, former Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide and a jilted bride dishing revenge while it was still hot. At least we got a laugh in at ScoMo…that’s something, right?
Journalists and trolls alike have struggled to define Scott Morrison’s leadership. I think I might have a clue, as I believe that he’s a friend first, boss second and entertainer third.
Scott Morrison might not be able to stop saying ‘fair dinkum’, but research actually shows that his colleagues are far more guilty of it. Fair dinkum.
Yesterday, Scott Morrison announced that veterans who fly Virgin Australia will be thanked for their service. We need lasting psychological care, not an empty salute.
This morning, Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison started a fight. Now, while it’d be entertaining to see them sort it out, I feel our focus should remain elsewhere.
By now, we’re overly familiar with Scott Morrison’s overly familiar social media videos. While we might roll our eyes at the tackiness, he’s connecting to the Australia that matters to him.
Welcome to the Current Affairs Wrap. This week, a man with a van enabled home-made terror with his home-made bombs, Scott Morrison helped the farmers by any means necessary, and a man named ‘Judge Buzzard’ kicked some serious bee-hind.
With the Coalition losing the seat Wentworth, the government is now hung. Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks.
As far as the nation is concerned, Scott Morrison is incompetent. But, like Donald Trump before him, the sheer magnitude of awfulness makes him impervious to meaningful criticism.
Scott Morrison’s odd comments on religion regarding policy may stem from him taking the source material too literally.
The Opera House becoming ad space has bristled many, but I’m willing to suggest that selling out is completely in line with Sydney’s morals.
This morning, we shook our fist at the possibility of Malcolm Turnbull ripping us off. Every time we see his face, it should serve as a warning – we’re being distracted.
Scott Morrison is a really relatable guy. I think I caught him recently chatting to Sky News’ Paul Murray. I think this is what he said. Seemed relatable.
Despite us being a secular country, our religious PM is set to enable a raft of discriminatory laws last seen in the fires of the marriage equality debate.
With Scott Morrison jumping ahead in the preferred PM race, I suggest we focus on the culture of automatic criticism that pervades our politics.
He might act like he belongs there, but in actuality, Scott Morrison is only warming the seat.
Monday morning revealed a twist on the spill narrative, Jude Law travelling to a train station and Keanu Reeves celebrating the mid-point of his fourth century on earth. Whoa.
The tearing down of a national icon, the birth of an international stereotype and a wave of hate battered the walls of #AusPol this week. But who won?
The Coalition’s worst Newspoll a decade should make it clear. Our brand of self-serving politics is now beyond our tolerance.