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Flat White

Repeating Turnbull’s blunder

5 October 2017

2:54 PM

5 October 2017

2:54 PM

Watching the Conservatives fall apart over leadership gives me uncanny déjà vu after Australian politics. In the last eight years, Australia has had four Prime Ministers. So far, Britain has had three – and everyone can’t stop talking about the fourth.

Theresa May’s closing speech at the party conference this week was supposed to reboot her prime ministership.

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