Addressing his own party, Bill Shorten has blamed the cash-heavy “corporate leviathans” for the election result, promising to continue that fight as part of Albanese’s frontbench.
Because things do not fall apart, and the centre certainly holds, the ALP has won yet another Newspoll, despite their chosen leader remaining comparatively unpopular.
Yesterday, Bill Shorten laid out his plan for Australia. It’s too bad we’ve heard it before. I fear they’re nothing more than LNP-lite.
This morning, Bill Shorten announced a raft of policy that alludes to his version of Australia. Scratch back the surface, however, and it doesn’t seem like change.
Malcolm Turnbull is wobbling after his sixteenth Newspoll loss, but the fact that his biggest threat is not Bill Shorten speaks volumes. High times for the ALP to find a voice as combative as their voter base.
Bill Shorten has just conceded the election to Malcolm Turnbull, but not before asking the nation to not forget about him.
Morrrnniinggg. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Bill Shorten went the full Oprah and Italy took the jam out of Belgium’s croissant.
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Good morning, you! What happened while you were asleep? Robots invaded your house, Shorten got physical (medical) and Ke$ha was cheated again.
Morning! What happening while you were asleep? Abject insanity. Bill Shorten votes in an election he can’t, two offices fight with post-it notes and the US squabbles with Russia. Again.
It’s officially unofficial: the AusPol title fight is upon us. TBS is ringside with the tale of the electoral tape, to rate the two contenders for your voting pleasure!
We’ve flashed the masked liberal sign over Mt Hotham, and he has answered our calls of political dissolution. To the ad-lib mobile!
Turnbull has given the Senate one more chance to change, but as far as ultimatums go, he let them off the hook.
The Shorten zinger that pegged Bernardi was good. But where does it measure in the pantheon of Australian political insults? You decide!
Hoping for a better political landscape in 2016, Harrison Jones has thought of some ways Bill Shorten can claw back to relevance. At least with Harrison’s mum.
With yet another poll highlighting the slipping favour of Bill Shorten, we feel he should seek the tutelage of a former opposition leader…
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap, touches on Malcolm Turnbull’s doublespeak, Shorten’s proposal and his ability to predict the future.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap tackles the PM’s plan to investigate parliamentary entitlements, the awkward Abetz family past, friction in the Holy Land and the ongoing Trump funnies.