Guess who's turned up a list of donors to an anti-marriage equality group?
The former Western Australian senator, who would rather quit Parliament than have to vote in favour of marriage equality in three years, has popped up in the oddest of places.
There are constitutional questions about whether Pat Dodson can be appointed as a Labor senator, given the WA Parliament is adjourned. And that could leave Labor one short.
One of the very few legacies left by Joe Bullock, the Labor Senator who resigned because he couldn’t handle Labor Party support for marriage equality, is an anti-porn inquiry he set up a few months back. Most of the submissions are now in, and they’re mostly members of the public calling again for the unpopular […]
The Poll Bludger explains why four MPs have departed from Western Australia in as many weeks -- and the factional battle to replace them.
With Joe Bullock gone, there are few left within Labor who are opposed to same-sex marriage. But it was not always thus.
Senator John Faulkner's proposed reform for state conference to surrender upper house voting power to the party membership does not look promising.
Are voters really turning against the Abbott government? The polls say yes, but there might be something bigger at play here.