The government apparently has no economic agenda beyond cheering on the housing market and passing the buck to the states.
The Morrison government has achieved the rare feat of a tax cut that leads to lower consumer activity, with its stimulus refund vanishing without trace.
Retailing in NSW is in the doldrums and desperately needs a big boost from the government's tax cuts. But bad economic news could wreck the benefits of stimulus.
Readers discuss the media's soft-ball analysis of the government's tax cuts, and answer the question of why so many politicians are drawn to biography.
When it came to a tax bill that was destined to pass no matter what, Labor cut its losses. That people are seeing it as a new sellout or betrayal is utterly bewildering.
Good morning, early birds. The government's full tax plan has passed parliament with support from Labor following failed amendments, and ALP national secretary Noah Carroll is set to step down today in the wake of the May election loss. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
A close analysis of Labor's most recent manoeuvres proves they are still as much in opposition as they ever were!