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Why aren't Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese mature enough to talk about minority government?

Jenna Price
By Jenna Price
April 21 2022 - 7:25pm
Scott Morrison (left), then shadow immigration minister, speaks to independent MP Tony Windsor in September 2011. Picture: AAP

Tony Windsor tells a great story. It takes place in the dying days of the Rudd-Gillard-Rudd government, stitched together with Windsor's support. Windsor was an independent who, as a state member, supported a NSW Liberal government, but when elected federally and faced with another hung parliament, chose to back Labor.

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Jenna Price

Jenna Price is a Canberra Times columnist and a visiting fellow at the Australian National University.