The Brexit vote was driven by racism and fantasyland dreams and there is no joy in witnessing the disintegration of the EU.
Paul Malone is a former political reporter and columnist for The Sunday Canberra Times.
There is little point involving an arbitrator in industrial disputes if the Coalition is to overturn decisions.
At the end of my life I want to be able to say 'give me a pill or a needle and put me down'.
Malcolm Turnbull has the key numbers and the population is not fired-up enough to see Labor take the leadership of the country come July 2.
No-one should have to love Australia or leave but people should have the right to go if they want.
Canberra residents don't count for much when compared to the attention that residents of bellwether seats garner.
So far in this election campaign the GST and the share each state receives have escaped debate.
The extra-long caretaker period increases the chance that there will be slip-ups by public servants before the federal election.
The decision on which country to award a submarine contract is not something to be sorted out between mates.
Bishop is pilloried for her helicopter jaunts, but she was best known earlier for her attacks on public servants.