Peta Credlin’s preselection could be the spark that blows up the Liberal party | Oliver Yates | Opinion | The Guardian

What better example is there that the Liberal party must split than the proposed nomination of Peta Credlin for the seat of Mallee.

If, as Credlin says, “climate change remains Malcolm Turnbull’s kryptonite”, then her preselection could just be the Liberal party’s dynamite. The split already exists, but for now, it’s being held together with sticky tape and string. And Credlin’s preselection could well be the spark that lights the fuse, and blows the whole thing up.
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The Liberal party is suffering an existential crisis. And no other issue defines this crisis like the looming threat to our safety and security caused by inaction on climate change. Credlin understands this and has used her position as a climate change-denying, hard-right mouthpiece of the Murdoch empire to advance her own political interests, and the interests of the coal industry.

via Peta Credlin’s preselection could be the spark that blows up the Liberal party | Oliver Yates | Opinion | The Guardian

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