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Bernard Keane — Politics editor

Bernard Keane

Politics editor

Bernard Keane is Crikey's political editor. Before that he was Crikey's Canberra press gallery correspondent, covering politics, national security and economics.

Booze. Gambling. Porn. It’s everywhere, at epidemic levels, apparently, but luckily our politicians are on the case, ready to shake their heads in dismay and demand tougher regulation of stuff that’s nobody else’s business, writes <b>Bernard Keane</b>.

Everyone loves a moral panic

Booze. Gambling. Porn. It’s everywhere, at epidemic levels, apparently, but luckily our politicians are on the case, ready to shake their heads in dismay and demand tougher regulation of stuff that’s nobody else’s business, writes Bernard Keane.

The excitement is mounting for the Government’s 2020 summit, writes <b>Bernard Keane</b>.

PM's 2020 committee has a touch of Oscar

The excitement is mounting for the Government’s 2020 summit, writes Bernard Keane.

The latest Morgan poll will make for dispiriting but not unexpected reading for Brendan Nelson, writes Canberra correspondent <b>Bernard Keane</b>.

Brendan Nelson's poor polling continues

The latest Morgan poll will make for dispiriting but not unexpected reading for Brendan Nelson, writes Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane.

We’ve had stunts galore so far from the Government, so the Opposition’s antics on Friday can’t really be faulted, writes <b>Bernard Keane</b>.

Cardboard Kev makes a mockery of flesh Kev's parliament

We’ve had stunts galore so far from the Government, so the Opposition’s antics on Friday can’t really be faulted, writes Bernard Keane.

Glenn Milne's latest re-telling of the story behind the story behind the story of the Howard-Costello agreement shows up some of the basic problems of the cloistered world of federal political journalism, writes <b>Bernard Keane</b>.

Peter Costello: My Part In His Downfall, by Glenn Milne

Glenn Milne's latest re-telling of the story behind the story behind the story of the Howard-Costello agreement shows up some of the basic problems of the cloistered world of federal political journalism, writes Bernard Keane.

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