It is absurd for the UK to lecture nations with much stronger environmental records whilst using creative accounting to flatter our own CO2 emissions.
No nation has a spotless record, but attempts to focus on one side of history will continue to divide the country.
In the recent state election in Victoria, the party secured swings against Labor in all the wrong places.
There is much that we can offer the region thanks to our expertise in many of the twenty-first century’s key industries.
To use Anthony Albanese’s own attack line while he was opposition leader, “everything is going up except wages”.
The end of August marked 100 days since the Australian Labor Party ended nearly a decade of centre-right government. Temporary popularity obscures an escalating series of gaffes.
Unless republicans can overcome their own divisions, and persuade a politically-cautious nation to embrace change, King Charles III’s grip on his second-largest realm looks secure.
Voters value stability. Our parties have made a national sport of ‘spills’, and been punished at the ballot box.
After nine years in government and three prime ministers, the right gave up on making a positive case – and paid the price at the ballot box.
The lesson of Scott Morrison’s defeat in Australia is that no government is immortal. In a democracy, that is exactly how it should be.
As Labor and the Coalition struggle to land blows on each other, disenchanted voters are hungry for an alternative.
This list of allies and partners includes Australia, Israel, South Korea, Japan, Oman, Qatar and Singapore.
What turns young people away from the Conservatives isn’t more education. It’s the retreat of the property-owning democracy.
Lifting the ban on them working will allow them to become tax-paying, economically active members of society.