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Flat White

Wish him naught as we wave him goodbye

27 January 2017

7:16 AM

27 January 2017

7:16 AM


David Morrison crawled away from his Australian of the Year role as he performed it, self-aggrandising, unapologetic and intellectually irrelevant.

Good riddance except credit where credit is due as he finally made some concession to those he should have been representing all along by acknowledging Legacy and the Salvos.

It was a pity he studiously ignored the demographic from which he emanated except to declare, “I am an Australian soldier — always”.

That proud, unforgiving audience holds an entirely different view.

Never mind the so-called glass ceiling which Morrison has so vigorously promoted, his glass jaw was always going to be his undoing and...

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