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How exactly does Labor choose a new leader?

How exactly does Labor choose a new leader?

It looks like Anthony Albanese is waltzing into the job as quickly as possible. That's not really how this works.

The progressive challengers taking the fight to Tanya Plibersek

The progressive challengers taking the fight to Tanya Plibersek

While Sydney is a safe Labor seat — and will likely stay that way for now — Tanya Plibersek's competition are playing the long game.

How would Labor regulate access to abortion?

How would Labor regulate access to abortion?

Labor has pledged to expand access to abortion services if elected this year. But how would it overcome the messy web of state abortion rules?

Rural voters deserve better

Rural voters deserve better

Crikey readers discuss the Murray-Darling crisis, Labor's plans for teachers and Dutton's plans for a sex offenders register.

Plibersek’s pledge to raise the teaching ATAR is nonsense

Plibersek’s pledge to raise the teaching ATAR is nonsense

Five concerned teachers explain why Labor's plan to increase the required ATAR to study teaching is not just wrongheaded, but regressive.

Parliamentary leadership hangover leaves Liberals wanting

Parliamentary leadership hangover leaves Liberals wanting

The parliamentary theatre that followed the leadership spill today merely confirmed where our politics is at.

Dastyari’s inevitable downfall and the case for a federal ICAC

Dastyari’s inevitable downfall and the case for a federal ICAC

Shorten should’ve known that simply relegating Dastyari to the backbench, as he did last week, would be insufficient.

Crikey Worm: Dastyari scandal widens

Crikey Worm: Dastyari scandal widens

Good morning, early birds. The Dastyari dilemma gets more complicated by the day -- and threatens to engulf more than just the Labor Party. Meanwhile, the government is refusing to release key data on Australia's emissions output. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

What Q&A tells us about the ABC’s soul

What Q&A tells us about the ABC’s soul

It's Tanya Plibersek's world, we just live in it, writes former Sydney Morning Herald editor-in-chief and UTS Professor of Journalism Peter Fray.

Labor closing in, but it could be Albo, not Shorten, who gets the kill

Labor closing in, but it could be Albo, not Shorten, who gets the kill

Bill Shorten's Right Labor faction is losing ground, writes Labor insider Ben Chiefly. And if the Left assert its dominance nationally, Anthony Albanese could be the real winner.