The sports grants affair stands testament not just to the deviousness of much of the political class, but also to its egotism
Labor has been quick to call out the Coalition's response to the fires. Have they really earned that right?
Crikey readers respond to Guy Rundle's dissection of the Labor election post-mortem. Many readers think the answers aren't complicated, some think the problems go deeper, and others believe that the ALP isn't the truly dysfunctional party in the room.
The 91-page report has given every pundit and politician enough room to argue a point.
Labor's long-awaited review into its 2019 election defeat is a masterclass of how not to run a campaign, revealing a seemingly impossible level of disorganisation behind the scenes. But hey, it looks nice.
Crikey readers discuss the eligibility of the Liberal Party's electoral victory following revelations of its misleading AEC poster stunt. Plus drought-relief welfare and the government's short-sighted approach to nation building programs.
Who could have seen this coming?
Unless Labor's leaders do some more significant soul-searching than superficial posturing on jobs, then they're heading for a repeat of 2019.