The government finds itself in a mess after the national Energy guarantee was used as a catalyst to evict Turnbull
We’ve lost another prime minister in the front bar brawl that is Australian politics, but we’ve lost something else as well, something that’s a bit harder to see.
For the last decade or more, a group of people in the political system have been trying to land a bipartisan consensus on Energy Policy and climate change, persevering through all the dispiriting cycles of trying to achieve that end, hoping that a corner could be turned.
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It feels like the Titanic is about to hit the iceberg.
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