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Making appointments, Coalition-style

A satirical look at the previous government’s conservative leanings

4 May 2024

9:00 AM

4 May 2024

9:00 AM

Readers, let your minds drift back to pre-Albanese times. And then imagine your typical Coalition government cabinet meeting as the ministers turn to consider crucial appointments to some of the most important positions in the country.  Actually, there is no need to imagine anything as The Spectator Australia recently put together – from all available sources, with the finest forensic people in the business, and so as to best explain the actual choices ultimately made that led to no actual conservatives ever being appointed to anything for almost a decade – a compressed, amalgam account of a typical such Coalition...

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