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Can Morrison's 'digital gurus' save Boris Johnson?

Can Morrison's 'digital gurus' save Boris Johnson?

The strategists credited with the Liberal Party's digital wins at the election are taking their skills to the beleaguered UK Tories.

You're already paying a congestion tax — a bad one

You're already paying a congestion tax — a bad one

You may not like the idea of a congestion price for motorists, but you're already paying one in the form of time spent stuck in traffic.

Right-wing sneers are a sign of Extinction Rebellion's success

Right-wing sneers are a sign of Extinction Rebellion's success

There is a great irony in how conservative media and commentators have responded to Extinction Rebellion's 'cult' success.

The amnesiacs' interest rate inquiry

The amnesiacs' interest rate inquiry

People in Canberra have short memories, but do we really need another inquiry into why the banks don't pass on interest rate cuts?

Fairweather foe: Bob Carr changes tack on Assange

Fairweather foe: Bob Carr changes tack on Assange

Bob Carr now lauds Julian Assange for "delivering on our right to know". But when he could do something about Assange's treatment, he had a very different view.

Nick Xenophon seeks the spotlight yet again

Nick Xenophon seeks the spotlight yet again

Nick Xenophon says his new law firm won't be afraid to defend its clients publicly. Given his behaviour during his time in politics, we can't say we're surprised.

Is this the new normal?

Is this the new normal?

Extinction Rebellion has faced a calculated overreaction from right-wing media and the Coalition. Is that co-opting our supposedly apolitical police forces?

Passion and principle: Penny Wong is far from done

Passion and principle: Penny Wong is far from done

Margaret Simons' biography reveals a politician who is determined to beat the bullies, the racists and the homophobes by being the smartest and toughest person in the room.

Trump can't even end wars right

Trump can't even end wars right

There are 'forever wars', and then there are those that have to be fought. It’s important not to get confused.