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The problems with Robb

Crikey readers discuss politics and other issues of the day.

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Pick your battles

Crikey readers discuss media policies and other issues of the day.

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Lots of ‘shoulds’, not enough ‘hows’.

Crikey readers discuss foreign policy and other issues of the day.

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It’s not hard to be more humane

Crikey readers discuss politics and other issues of the day.

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We’ll never know

Crikey readers discuss politics and other issues of the day.

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Grim tidings

Crikey readers discuss politics.

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Who watches the watchdog?

Crikey readers discuss unions.

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Homegrown leaks

Crikey readers discuss politics and other issues of the day.

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The politics of envy

Crikey readers discuss politics and other issues of the day.

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Don’t diss blackspot funding

Crikey readers discuss funding and other issues of the day.

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Let’s get real about the republican movement

Crikey readers discuss politics and other issues of the day.

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Come on, Shorten

Crikey readers discuss politics and other issues of the day.

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Serious questions await the ABC

On Britain and the EU Adam Rope writes: Re. “Will David Cameron sever Britain’s ties to the EU?” (Friday).  The issue about the UK and the EU for me (as an Anglo-Celt from there myself) has always the sheer ignorance, arrogance, blatant racism and fear behind the blinkered “Little England” Conservative and conservative mindset. Which […]

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How different is Turnbull, really?

Crikey readers discuss politics and other issues of the day.

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Forget the diary, go straight to the calendar

Crikey readers discuss secret meetings and other issues of the day.

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We should’ve seen it coming

On media couples David O’Neil writes: Re. “Media couples: a significantly updated Crikey list” (January 14). Oh dear. Any wonder the standard of journalism has sunk to an all-time low. The number of media couples sharing a pillow would indicate to me that the modern hacks live in such a cocoon that they never meet anyone […]

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The real problem with tax reform

Crikey readers discuss tax reform and other issues of the day.

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Stop the rot

Crikey readers discuss the Coalition government and other issues of the day.

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It’s not really about the war at all

Crikey readers discuss military action and other issues of the day.

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No, the NBN bungling really is Turnbull’s fault

Crikey readers discuss the NBN and other issues of the day.

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The quaint idea of politicians serving their electors

Here we go again John Richardson writes: Re. “Time for Dutton to go” (Monday). While most will be delighted to welcome Crikey back for what promises to be yet another year of rollicking political burlesque Oz-style, I’m concerned that the Boss’s apparent preoccupation with the standards of behaviour of our politicians & governments could mean that […]

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Rubbery figures

Peter Brent replies to Ben Oquist’s piece in yesterday’s edition.

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A creeping loss of freedom

Going deep John Richardson writes: Re. “The year of deep obsessions and the deep state” (December 23). Bravo for saving your absolute best ‘til last. Breathtaking: a true tour de force. Compulsory reading for anyone who might be unaware of just how fragile our liberty really is and how easily we can be beguiled by the perfidy of […]

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Mergers, ads and compromises

On mergers Geoff Edwards writes: Re. “Mayne: NSW council mergers are well overdue” (Monday). I hope that Stephen Mayne isn’t making the mistake of assuming that a background in business is a necessary or even a desirable qualification to be a local government councillor. Yes, as councils amalgamate to become large multi-million-dollar corporations, a higher level […]

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Wild Oats XI: the saga continues

Correction Stephen Mayne writes: Re. “Mayne: NSW council mergers are well overdue” (yesterday). Graham Samson has indeed been critical of the decision not to merge Mosman with North Sydney, but I was wrong yesterday to say Mosman has been left standing alone in the NSW council amalgamations plan. Instead, the proposal is to merge Mosman, Sydney’s […]

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