Christian
Kerr writes:

The
Guardian
‘s weekly Backbencher wrap of politics is having some fun at Lynton Crosby’s expense:

Guru going cheap

The Backbencher assumed that Lynton Crosby
had taken the first flight back to Canberra after last May’s elections, never
to return. But it turns out that blatant failure in the political sphere can be
just as lucrative as the ability to run a blue-chip company into the ground.

Still, at least his fees have dropped.
Interested parties need only pay GBP10 to listen to Lynton talking about
“election strategy and the revitalisation of global conservatism” on
Monday in Mayfair. No doubt Dave is hoping he means
Canada.

Peter Fray

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