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 a win was registered by those on Manus Island, but the margin of the vote should be a matter of discussion.
Shorten siding with Scott Morrison over Manus is more than a capitulation, it should serve as a reminder to all of us.
Bill Shorten may well be the next Prime Minister of Australia. But in his credentials, and everything else, he comes up short.
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.
In a desperate attempt to bring him to life, Labor is set to push Bill Shorten to undergo a radical procedure. Could work.
Chloe Shorten writes exclusively for Fake News on what it is about her husband Bill that encourages people to take so little notice of him.
Monday morning. You made it. Overnight, Bill Shorten wrote a letter, a vintage 1970s fear resurfaced and Donald Trump finally finished off satire.
In the wake of Emma Husar stepping down, Bill Shorten is feeling the heat from the other side of the room.
Super Saturday was touted as an entree to the election proper. If that is the case, Malcolm got served.
With the Longman and Braddon byelections around the corner, the leaders of both parties have strangely gone for the same ‘underdog’ strategy.
Throughout the entire Sarah Hanson-Young discussion, two voices were missing. Mr Turnbull, Mr Shorten, your silence against women was noted.
Things might be quickly falling apart for Bill Shorten, as one gaffe this week has promoted an internal question to be asked: Should we kill Bill?
We have a problem with the answers our politicians give. They’re invariably incorrect. But, no matter, I’ve fixed it.
On Monday, Bill Shorten was roasted after not promising to end offshore detention. He’s the saviour by default – and I’m not sure the halo is realistic.
Well, Malcolm passed the dark mark set by Tony, and nothing happened. The real problem in the run-up to the election actually sits on the other side of the fence.
The rebirth of the whiteboard, a butchered cover and a pile of double entendres ruined AusPol’s birthday cake this week. Just you wait until your father gets home.
As the Michaelia Cash situation spools out of control, you have to wonder who actually benefitted from this titanic clusterboink.
Well. Good morning to you, and well done, you’ve survived. This week there was much stroking of US warheads, local egos and protracted references as Walmart references Columbine.
According to this academic in particular, Lee Rhiannon’s ban is the start of something beautiful. A break from politics is important, especially for the electorate.
Debt. We all have it. The question is, who in Canberra wants to drag us out of it? To seek an answer, we tasked a corresponded to lurk the murky corners of parliament.
Budget impersonations, schoolyard hijinks and tasteful semi-nudes. It’s been a fairly normal week in the rolling seas of #AusPol. Let us wheel out the participation ribbons.