Josh and Scotty’s excellent adventure can have no happy ending. – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Without Murdoch Clive and the IPA

There is the smell of political death about the PM writes The Canberra Times’ Jack Waterford. The veteran joins Niki Savva in noting the unprecedented shift of power from the commonwealth to the states, a direct function of a weak, untrustworthy PM who increasingly reveals his lack of leadership in National Cabinet meetings. It may take the federation decades to recover from the collapse in Prime Ministerial leadership. The Coalition’s primary vote drops to 36 per cent, according to News Poll – the party’s lowest since March 2019 and over two points below its May 2019, election result. Yet Labor support rises to 40 per cent – its best result in the poll since December 2018.

Source: Josh and Scotty’s excellent adventure can have no happy ending. – » The Australian Independent Media Network

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