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Why we never win

<em>Unless there is major ideological and structural reform, the future for the Liberals and the broad centre-right is bleak </em>

10 December 2022

9:00 AM

10 December 2022

9:00 AM

In light of another election loss for the Liberal Party – this time in Victoria – the usual recriminations and the reign of a new leader have begun. The consensus among the commentariat is that the Liberals lost as they were too weak-willed: they ‘stood for nothing’ and gave voters little reason to change. The path to Liberal victory, then, lies in the party having the courage of its convictions and advocating real conservative change.

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