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  • Thursday, May 23

    Cybersecurity 101 for Australian politicians. Why Clive Palmer isn't the biggest problem confronting progressives. The quiet rise of scams. Labor chooses a new plan: weeks of factional infighting. Plus, some exciting job leads for Tony Abbott.

  • Wednesday, May 22

    Why political ads are allowed to lie to you. The self-serving business community is happy to help fill Morrison's policy vacuum. Stopping Adani won't stop climate change. What does the RBA's upcoming cuts say about the Coalition's economic chops? Plus, Jamie Oliver's restaurant empire goes up in flames.

  • Tuesday, May 21

    How Pauline Hanson and One Nation are paving the way for even worse extremists. Why franking credits dominated the election. Can we continue to trust election polling? Plus: vested interests were the real winners of the Coalition victory.

  • Monday, May 20

    Labor's platform was a bad combination of piecemeal and pricey. The election results highlight Australia's increasingly polarised reality. Who's claiming responsibility for the Coalition's victory? Plus: why Abbott bucked the trend during the Coalition's greatest moment.

  • Friday, May 17

    Waking up to a world without Bob Hawke. The battle between Labor and News Corp. Why the Coalition's poll bounce is too little, too late. The accused murderers Dutton resettled in Australia. Plus, we go looking for the ministers lost along the campaign trail.

    Plus, to help everyone prep for the upcoming election, we're (temporarily) bringing down the paywall. That's right, every single Crikey piece ever published will be totally free until election day. Tell your friends!

  • Thursday, May 16

    The independent looking to defy all expectation and unseat Barnaby Joyce. The government's last-second scare campaign comes straight from Labor's playbook. Can bookies really be trusted to call the election winner? And the background operators pulling the strings in Warringah.

    Plus, to help everyone prep for the upcoming election, we're (temporarily) bringing down the paywall. That's right, every single Crikey piece ever published will be totally free until election day. Tell your friends!

  • Wednesday, May 15

    Following a failed High Court bid, a family in limbo awaits deportation. Coalition set to go after industry super once again. Labor's Warringah candidate is a natural pick, but will it matter? Plus, News Corp's inconsistent record on religious free speech.

  • Tuesday, May 14

    Crikey's Warringah bureau gets its first face-to-face encounter with Tony Abbott. Should you be able to sue a party for misleading voters? Labor is slowly stumbling its way towards a victory. The Tassie fisherman taking on Canberra. Plus: yet another housing policy failure.

  • Monday, May 13

    Blowing down the Coalition's desperate first home buyers loan ploy. Can Labor's arts policy be anything more than a symbol? Morrison shoots for modesty in underwhelming campaign launch. News Corp can blame itself for its existential crisis. Don't expect a riot while protesting in Warringah.

  • Friday, May 10

    Labor's fiscal policy is sensible to the point of boredom, and it's all the better for it. The Greens stand tall in the face of the angry bourgeoisie. Labor must give Pat Dodson real power to change the institution. Is WA already a lost cause for federal leaders' lip service? Plus, the AFL Footy Show is placed on the injury list indefinitely.