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What do Oppositions do?

Ever wondered what Oppositions actually do? Well you’ve come to the right place. Oppositions have several roles. If you look up the House of Representatives Practice (go on, do it) , you’ll see several neatly listed: • unmaking the Government— that … Continue reading

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Letters to the Spectator

Just before Abbott’s fall, I renewed my subscription to The Spectator Australia after a long break. Needless to say the Spectator offers a different take on Australian politics than the major broadsheets. Last Sunday, whilst reading the 17 October issue (I appear … Continue reading

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Why Nick Champion is wrong

Yesterday, Nick Champion said that the ALP should not obstruct the Coaliton’s repeal of the Carbon Tax becuase “If the majority of people vote for bad policy, then they simply need to see that experiment fulfilled ” “It’s not our … Continue reading

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