This government has been magic. And by that we mean an incredible vanishing act.
The Coalition couldn't let the year tick over without one last, glaring sign that they've abandoned their climate responsibility.
The Morrison government's new coal-loving energy policy is an incoherent mass of dramatic interventionism that denies the basics of economics and science.
The Morrison government now officially has no climate policy, which makes it even worse than the Abbott government in a crucial policy area.
Angus Taylor will take no questions, the flyer wars have started for Victoria's upcoming state election, and an anatomy of how you wipe $600 million off your value in a single day.
We're now in our fifth year without a meaningful climate policy. Labor and the states and territories are the only ones who can fix that.
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Tony Abbott was counting on a fifth column of conservatives within the Liberal Party to help him bring down Malcolm Turnbull. But the conservatives are closing ranks.
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