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Posts Tagged: Australian Liberals
Sometimes it takes a searing crisis for a political leader to reach beyond their political comfort zone.
Forced out of his role as a Conservative aide in Britain, now a legislator in Australia, McGrath has delivered a maiden speech to remember.
This week’s Budget clashes with his “absolute guarantee” on tax.
Tony Abbott, like Stephen Harper and John Key, is a convinced monarchist – and support for the institution in the countries they govern is stronger than many believe.
A tip from Iain Dale: if you see a journalist around the place, why not go and talk to them?
Few attempts are made, either on the left or the right, to read across what's happening in the rest of… Read more »
By Tim Montgomerie in SydneyFollow Tim on Twitter I’m jumping the gun a bit. Australia doesn’t even vote until tomorrow… Read more »
By Tim Montgomerie in MelbourneFollow Tim on Twitter Kevin Rudd first became Australia’s prime minister in 2007 after a presidential… Read more »
By Mark WallaceFollow Mark on Twitter. For a nation famous for bullish straight-talking, Australia's election campaign is proving to be a surprisingly… Read more »
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter. Polling day is two weeks away, but the Liberal Party's Tony Abbott would make… Read more »
Christian Kerr: Is Labor’s Kevin Rudd on the verge of one of the greatest political comebacks in history?
Christian Kerr is a senior reporter with The Australian newspaper and a former adviser to two Australian Liberal federal cabinet… Read more »
Chris Gatenby is a Conservative Party activist and Vice President of Australian Liberals Abroad UK. Follow him on Twitter here. Kevin… Read more »
Chris Gatenby has previously worked for Policy Exchange and is a Conservative Party activist. He is currently Vice President of… Read more »
After making controversial remarks about same-sex marriage an Australian parliamentarian, Cory Bernardi, has withdrawn from a conference in Oxford, where… Read more »