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Did Queensland Labor go too far in stripping KAP privileges?

Did Queensland Labor go too far in stripping KAP privileges?

Crikey readers argue the implications of Anastacia Palaszczuk's punitive move against Katter's Australian Party.

Palaszczuk quashes liberties in the name of liberty

Palaszczuk quashes liberties in the name of liberty

The Queensland government handicapping the KAP over the Fraser Anning fiasco is a flash of the exact fascism they claim to be fighting.

Poll Bludger: as Tim Nicholls finally concedes, what has the LNP learned?

Poll Bludger: as Tim Nicholls finally concedes, what has the LNP learned?

As the LNP licks its wounds, it would do well to consider what damage the 'toffs in Ascot' did to their chances in regional QLD

Seats to watch: Petrie, the bellwether Labor has to clinch

Seats to watch: Petrie, the bellwether Labor has to clinch

If Labor is to pull off the Queensland swing it needs, it has to clinch Petrie.

Poll Bludger: can Labor take the crucial Sunshine State marginals?

Poll Bludger: can Labor take the crucial Sunshine State marginals?

Shorten's recent movements may reflect a calculation that Labor can still chart a narrow course for victory through Queensland's abundance of marginal seats.

Poll Bludger: Newman’s relentlessly cheerful charm offensive

Poll Bludger: Newman’s relentlessly cheerful charm offensive

Labor and the LNP agree on one thing in their election campaigning: it's all about Campbell Newman.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Mapping democracy at Macca's ... Labor rumbles in Qld ... help Crikey name the royal baby ...

Galaxy: apocalyptic results for Labor in QLD

Galaxy: apocalyptic results for Labor in QLD

The latest Galaxy federal poll of Queenslanders sees a two-party preferred of 63-37 to the Coalition. The swing of 8% from the 2010 election would leave Kevin Rudd as Labor’s only QLD representative, writes William Bowe.

An early Queensland election is Bligh’s to lose

An early Queensland election is Bligh’s to lose

If there is an election in Queensland this year I'll be backing Anna Bligh to win.

Has Bligh ‘pawned her political soul’?

Has Bligh ‘pawned her political soul’?

Queensland Premier Anna Bligh is a member of the Labor party, right? asks Paul Syvret. Because her actions regarding abortion and selling public assets seem to ignore her party's principles.