Well, Theresa May survived overnight’s leadership spill. However, I am worried that our national condition has now reached foreign shores. We’ve failed to contain it.
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.
Cec Pitt, one of the greatest natural talents in fake news, discusses the vital role of political assassination in a modern democracy.
Well, it’s a diet of insanity again, as yet more details of the spill emerged, Levi’s will now solve America’s gun violence problem and a gainfully employed man took time off work to explain his job.
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.
We didn’t get Peter Dutton as PM, but we did get a clone of Malcolm Turnbull in ScoMo. After all the mess, all the hurt and all the sniping, what have we won?
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.
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.
With our new PM Malcolm Turnbull’s leadership challenge to Tony Abbott done and dusted, TBS remembers Abbott’s moves in 2009.