William BoweMar 16, 20162 Comments
After Stephen Smith's doomed gambit, Poll Bludger William Bowe looks back on some other failed leadership challenges.
William BoweMar 14, 20164 Comments
The former defence minister hopes to bolster the ALP's standing in WA.
William BoweMar 11, 201613 Comments
Ultimately, the result of a double dissolution seems likely to deliver the electorate what it ordered ...
William BoweMar 7, 20165 Comments
The Poll Bludger explains why four MPs have departed from Western Australia in as many weeks -- and the factional battle to replace them.
William BoweMar 4, 201616 Comments
The Greens have done a deal with the Coalition on Senate reform -- but will it blow up in their faces?
William BoweFeb 26, 20166 Comments
It would perhaps be going too far to say that Turnbull has squibbed the greatest moral challenge of our time, or that his good government has lost its way. But not by much.
William BoweFeb 23, 201613 Comments
Is this the end for micro-parties, preference harvesters and tablecloth ballots?
William BoweFeb 19, 201628 Comments
The whispers are intensifying that Malcolm Turnbull will call for a double dissolution election after passing Senate reform legislation.
William BoweFeb 16, 20162 Comments
The WA Labor Party thought it had its preselections sewn up, but the retirement of Melissa Parke and Alannah MacTiernan have thrown a considerable spanner in the works.
William BoweJan 20, 20169 Comments
How did Clive Palmer go from lovable upstart to a prince without subjects?