Opinion

Anthony Albanese could spark many inquiries into the Coalition thanks to Tony Abbott

Jack Waterford
By Jack Waterford
Updated July 15 2022 - 10:19pm, first published 2:00am
Former prime minister Tony Abbott. Picture: Jamila Toderas

Tony Abbott, as prime minister nearly a decade ago, had more than a few bees under his bonnet. He thought his election had redeemed the nation from an intolerable scourge of a government of criminals. Other opposition leaders have engaged in this sort of hyperbole, but scarcely ever with the zeal and lack of restraint, of Abbott.

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Jack Waterford

Jack Waterford is a former editor of The Canberra Times.

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