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How Scott Morrison is trashing the Liberal brand

Jack Waterford
By Jack Waterford
Updated November 26 2021 - 6:38am, first published 1:00am
Scott Morrison is incapable of taking a backward step, or of ever admitting that he was once wrong. Picture: Dion Georgopoulos

Next Thursday, possibly Friday if debate over religious freedom drags on in the Senate, is probably the last opportunity the federal Liberal Party has to rid itself of a leader in Scott Morrison, increasingly looking like a liability without a road to victory that he is capable of describing. After that, parliament rises for Christmas, then the January holidays, and even if extraordinary measures were taken to reconvene parliament, there would simply not be time enough for a new regime to prepare itself for election.

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Jack Waterford

Jack Waterford is a former editor of The Canberra Times.

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