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Charles Richardson — Editor of The World is not Enough

Charles Richardson

Editor of The World is not Enough

Charles Richardson has contributed to Crikey since 2002, and was a ministerial adviser in the Kennett government and a former editorial manager at the Centre for Independent Studies in Sydney.

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Abbott loyalists turn the screws on Mal any way they can

Abbott loyalists turn the screws on Mal any way they can

Charles RichardsonApr 26, 201612 Comments

The Tony Abbott loyalists will exploit any issue, economic or otherwise, to turn the centre of the party against him.

Strange bedfellows: what a Liberal-Greens preference deal says about both

Strange bedfellows: what a Liberal-Greens preference deal says about both

Charles RichardsonApr 19, 201619 Comments

Party posturing over preference deals is much more often about ideology than tactics.

What we can learn from Europe on sensible refugee policy

Charles RichardsonFeb 26, 20168 Comments

If Europe can figure out how to resettle millions of refugees, why can't we?

Will David Cameron sever Britain's ties with the EU?

Will David Cameron sever Britain's ties with the EU?

Charles RichardsonJan 22, 20165 Comments

Pressure is mounting on British PM David Cameron to pull Britain's involvement in the European Union.

Voters get really stroppy: the top 10 elections of 2015

Voters get really stroppy: the top 10 elections of 2015

Charles RichardsonDec 23, 20157 Comments

Just about everyone this year voted to kick this mob out.

A CIA scheme? A royal plot? Whitlam conspiracy theories poppycock

A CIA scheme? A royal plot? Whitlam conspiracy theories poppycock

Charles RichardsonNov 12, 201511 Comments

It's time the Dismissal conspiracy theorists were put right.

Portugal's Gough Whitlam moment

Charles RichardsonOct 27, 20153 Comments

Is Portugal headed for a constitutional crisis?

Sorry, Leyonhjelm, group ticket voting is an expensive, time-wasting indulgence

Sorry, Leyonhjelm, group ticket voting is an expensive, time-wasting indulgence

Charles RichardsonOct 15, 20157 Comments

Why not make things properly simple, and get rid of preferences entirely for Senate voting?

Against Corbyn and Turnbull, the right rages on cultural, not economic, grounds

Against Corbyn and Turnbull, the right rages on cultural, not economic, grounds

Charles RichardsonOct 5, 201511 Comments

The things that really drive right-wing hostility are cultural.

Cameron channels Netanyahu over the Scottish bogeyman

Cameron channels Netanyahu over the Scottish bogeyman

Charles RichardsonApr 30, 20155 Comments

The Tories would like to keep Scotland in the union, but they'd prefer the Scots stayed home on polling day.