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Flat White

ScoMo might be stumbling, but Albo’s caught between two stools

11 February 2020

5:00 AM

11 February 2020

5:00 AM

It’s no secret that the Australian Labor Party is having elect-ile dysfunction problems. Since Paul Keating’s victory in 1993, the party has only won a lower house majority in one election, back in 2007 with Kevin Rudd, while the Coalition has formed majority government seven times.  

Most recently, of course, it was Scott Morrison who swept to victory with an against-the-odds trouncing of Bill Shorten.

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