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If they’re lucky, Liberal women might achieve equity in 2044

If they’re lucky, Liberal women might achieve equity in 2044

Even with quotas, the pace of change in Labor was deadly slow. The Libs must get moving now.

High hopes for a Coalition comeback bogged down in scandals

High hopes for a Coalition comeback bogged down in scandals

Labor may be stumbling on the latest asylum seeker issue but it had Coalition scandals handed to it on a silver platter throughout the week.

Did Julie Bishop just finally flick the conservatives?

Did Julie Bishop just finally flick the conservatives?

What is Julie Bishop playing at? The China lobby is nowhere to be found. Plus: keep an eye on the Daily Mail's tech coverage over the next few weeks...

Right-wing conspiracy theorists driven mad by Turnbull’s ‘invisible hand’

Right-wing conspiracy theorists driven mad by Turnbull’s ‘invisible hand’

A sinister cabal led by Malcolm Turnbull is undermining the right. Can this frightening conspiracy be exposed in time? Only The Australian can help!

Liberal moderates push for NEG

Liberal moderates push for NEG

Good morning, early birds. Julie Bishop has called for a bipartisan adoption of the National Energy Guarantee, the Coalition's "obscure" encryption bill is slammed, and Labor is expected to delay an Indigenous voice to parliament. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Australia is waiting for Andrew Bolt and Paul Kelly’s apology

Australia is waiting for Andrew Bolt and Paul Kelly’s apology

News Corp's anti-royal commission cheer squad should take a look in the mirror, Julie Bishop and Latika Bourke's tattered friendship, and the ABC has some trouble passing.

Australian democracy protesters in the line of fire amid Paris terror plot

Australian democracy protesters in the line of fire amid Paris terror plot

A peaceful democracy protest in France almost ended in tragedy for several Australians. Where is the response from the foreign ministry?

A rundown of all the ‘unity’ being shown by Morrison’s government

A rundown of all the ‘unity’ being shown by Morrison’s government

Bullying, resignations, leaks and conspiracy theories — the Libs have not been providing Scott Morrison with the unity he's been craving.

Payne will need to work hard to fix Bishop’s damage in Asia

Payne will need to work hard to fix Bishop’s damage in Asia

Incoming Foreign Minister Marise Payne has her work cut out for her to meet Australia's obligations in Asia-Pacific, something her predecessor largely ignored.

Morrison has a long way to go to impress voters, let alone defeat Labor

Morrison has a long way to go to impress voters, let alone defeat Labor

Crikey readers discuss the steps Morrison must take to remain competitive.