For the first time in months, female panelists will dominate Q&A. They should have plenty to talk about too.
A high-profile political powerbroker for decades, Michael Kroger will end his second stint as Victorian Liberal president with the party a smoking ruin.
Why would a powerbroker of a major party that faces a crisis of political participation so enthusiastically dismiss concerns about bullying in his party? Could it be powerbroking is easier if people don't participate?
Will the Liberal civil war provide as much entertainment as Labor’s night of the long butter knives?
It is possible to wear two hats at once, but the problem comes when there is a lack of disclosure.
Just like Malcolm Turnbull’s $1.75 million donation helped save the federal Liberals, a $10 million campaign contribution from Cormack is arguably all Liberal leader Matthew Guy needs to turn Daniel Andrews into a one-term premier.
The Liberal power struggle in Victoria continues to be of interest to onlookers.