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Tag archives: Jamie Clements

Dispatches from the gaffe war as the battle of idiots heats up

Bernard Keane May 27, 2016 19 Comments

Whatever the parties' plans for campaigning this week, they were derailed as they went gaffe-for-gaffe in an idiots' slugfest.

What the Clements scandal means for NSW Labor’s factional war

Alex Mitchell January 15, 2016 6 Comments

The sexual harassment scandal that has embroiled NSW state Labor will shift internal party dynamics. But to whose benefit?

Rundle: welcome to Richo’s Chinese Restaurant

Guy Rundle January 15, 2016 16 Comments

There is indeed a culture of filth in the NSW Labor Right. And here's the dirty little secret: Labor is unfit to govern.

Sex scandals and AVOs ensnare NSW Labor

Sex scandals and AVOs ensnare NSW Labor

Margot Saville August 12, 2015 2 Comments

Sydney's Local Court heard two politically tangled hearings this morning.

Labor takes a hard look at its union dominance

William Bowe July 24, 2014 1 Comment

Senator John Faulkner's proposed reform for state conference to surrender upper house voting power to the party membership does not look promising.

Faulkner’s retirement shows NSW Labor has learnt nothing

Faulkner’s retirement shows NSW Labor has learnt nothing

Bernard Keane May 1, 2014 2 Comments

NSW Labor's indecent hurry to preselected senate candidates for the 2016 election shows how little its powerbrokers have learnt from ICAC and the WA debacle.