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Tone Alone: who does the former PM represent? Us, the Poms or whoever will pay?

For a former captain of Team Australia, Tony Abbott certainly seems to have divided loyalties these days.

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UK death toll surpasses Italy’s

The UK's death toll from COVID-19 is now the second-highest in the world. Meanwhile, pressure mounts on Australia's COVIDSafe app.

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Is this the end of UK Labour as we know it?

The idea that UK Labour are out for a generation is not a given, writes Guy Rundle. Still, there's no denying things are bad...

Jeremy Corbyn versus the big bad billionaires

Jeremy Corbyn has kicked off his election campaign by launching an attack on some of the richest men in the UK.

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Tony Abbott’s reactionary world tour rocks Boris’ Brexiteers

Liberated from the shackles of the backbench, former prime minister Tony Abbott has found his voice again with a whistle-stop European tour.

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Boris perfects his run of lost votes

The UK PM has failed to secure a snap general election, again. But it didn't go down without a song and a dance.

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All aboard the Boris bus: how the media fuelled the would-be PM

Boris Johnson's career has been endlessly propelled by the media’s self-flagellating narrative of 'charm' and 'inevitability'.

The making of Britain’s Donald Trump

Boris Johnson is best known for his history of lying, racism, and downright buffoonery, leading many to wonder whether Britain's next prime minister has more in common with Donald Trump than a shockingly blonde mop.

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The slow burn of the gilets jaunes 

Our correspondent-at-large reports on the simmering tensions in Paris amid the yellow vest movement.

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May and her cabinet should resign immediately

A "backstop" agreement has undone Theresa May's chances of avoiding further chaos. She should now resign.

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