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Trade and Russian opposition discussed in May's first call with Morrison

Trade and Russian opposition discussed in May's first call with Morrison

Theresa May has had her first experience with Australia's revolving door prime ministership, phoning Scott Morrison overnight to congratulate him.

  • by Latika Bourke

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'I freely admit one end of a sheep looks the same to me as the other'
Opinion
Opinion

'I freely admit one end of a sheep looks the same to me as the other'

It’s just an observation, but didn’t it rain on the weekend?

  • by Warwick McFadyen
Scott Morrison's 'new generation' team contains some familiar allies and Peter Dutton plotters
Malcolm Turnbull

Scott Morrison's 'new generation' team contains some familiar allies and Peter Dutton plotters

Scott Morrison has vowed to “change the culture” of his government to end conflict and infighting.

  • by David Crowe
Scott Morrison did everything he could to reach a truce. But one move was a step too far
Analysis
Analysis

Scott Morrison did everything he could to reach a truce. But one move was a step too far

This is a pragmatic reshuffle that promotes new talent, rewards allies and restores rivals in roughly equal measure.

  • by David Crowe
Scott Morrison invites Donald Trump to Australia
Donald Trump

Scott Morrison invites Donald Trump to Australia

There is a strong chance the US President could visit in November.

  • by Bevan Shields
The Pentecostal Prime Minister: Inside Scott Morrison's church
Religion

The Pentecostal Prime Minister: Inside Scott Morrison's church

The pastor at Scott Morisson's local church says they will play no part in the running of the country or Liberal Party policy.

  • by Anthony Colangelo
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The rise and rise of Scott Morrison
Liberal Party

The rise and rise of Scott Morrison

Even as a parliamentary newcomer, Scott Morrison's driving ambition and work ethic marked him out

  • by Deborah Snow
Scott Morrison, a fractured party's desperate choice for a healing
Analysis
Analysis

Scott Morrison, a fractured party's desperate choice for a healing

Scott Morrison has displayed an unerring ability to re-make his image during his political career. Can he now, as leader, bridge the Liberal Party's deep divide?

  • by Tony Wright
Think tanks: when too much policy analysis is barely enough
Analysis
Analysis

Think tanks: when too much policy analysis is barely enough

Governments like to disparage them, but policy think tanks have become a key source of alternative advice and ideas.

  • by Mark Kenny
Utes and sexist tax cuts: identity politics is a dangerous game to play
Opinion
Opinion

Utes and sexist tax cuts: identity politics is a dangerous game to play

Identity politics looks thrilling because it's raging in the US and it is an easy way of tapping white-hot spews of social media spleen. But for mainstream parties, it can seriously backfire.

  • by Peter Hartcher
Government 'butt-squad' to chase billions in criminal tobacco fraud
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Government 'butt-squad' to chase billions in criminal tobacco fraud

A crackdown on illicit cigarettes via new import taxing rules and a Border Force-led Tobacco Taskforce are set to claw back $3.6 billion over the next four years.

  • by Mark Kenny