While Bill Shorten's campaign has echoes of Ed Miliband's ill-fated 2015 UK Labour platform, Shorten has a secret weapon: Scott Morrison.
The breakaway "Independent Group" of Labor MPs have joined the crossbench to protest Jeremy Corbyn's Brexit stance. But apart from some lofty words, do they stand for anything?
Jeremy Corbyn has survived the Blairites' best efforts to oust him, but the British Labour Party is deeply split between the multicultural knowledge class and the nationalist and communalist working class.
A fortnight ago, the polls had shifted to mostly showing a narrow majority for "leave". Since then, there appears to have been a movement back.
Jeremy Corbyn -- an actual socialist! -- is leading UK Labour. But despite what the Tories say, he could be Labour's saviour.
The frontrunner to lead the British Labour Party is an avowed socialist. Even in the US socialist Bernie Sanders is making headway. Over to you, Australia.
Labour in the UK might just have to accept its role as a party representing a diminishing section of the social whole. Labor in Australia has a bold opportunity to reshape its core.
The Tories would like to keep Scotland in the union, but they'd prefer the Scots stayed home on polling day.