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Carbon Emissions on 20th March 2015

Carbon Emissions on 20th March 2015

Friday 20 March, 2015
Luddite Luke has never run anything so presumably his New Approach for NSW is based on a leadership vacuum.
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He can’t quite manage it

Luddite Luke has never run anything so presumably his New Approach for NSW is based on a leadership vacuum.

Setting his people free

Clive will long be remembered for his unique contribution to bringing independents to the Senate.

The same old story

As the population ages governments will become increasingly geriatric and the incidence of Trusses in the cabinet will become much higher.

Two way street

PUP’s main hope for the future arguably lies in attracting disaffected youth from the Middle East.

The missing link

Daniel Andrews seems determined that the East-West Link in Melbourne should be no less tenuous than the one between Moscow and Washington.

Bigger charmer than Palmer

Because he’s yet to lose two-thirds of his members in the Senate, Tony can at least claim to be a more popular leader than Clive.

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