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The Weak In Politics
25/05/2017
Heard in Congress “How did the Israelis react to Trump’s visit?” “I hear the Wailing Wall was completely booked out” Surplus to requirements Plans for nationwide events to celebrate the budget surplus planned for 2021 have been put on hold pending investigations into whether it will be big enough to pay for them. Heard in […]
Taking Steppes With Russia
25/05/2017
James is very keen for Pauline to develop her populist profile Trump-style through making clandestine contact with Russia from Australia With Love.
Going Round The May Poll
25/05/2017
Pudding Club members discuss how to save Theresa from Trump, Blair and the EU.

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In A Different Class
18/05/2017
In the post-Budget review meeting with Bill the ACTU leadership comprising Ged and Sally express their disappointment that he hasn’t openly declared a class war on Malcolm by proposing a wealth tax on Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.
Operating On A Budget
18/05/2017
In another spellbinding insight into Malcolm’s prime ministership Lucy examines whether the budget has any effect on anybody else besides Malcolm and ScoMo.
The Weak In Politics
18/05/2017
Heard in the Labor Party caucus “What’s the real reason for Trump firing the head of the FBI?” “He wants to replace him with Tony Abbott” Heard in the Coalition caucus “Why do you think Bill Shorten’s so confused over the funding of the NDIS” “He’s got a disability with numbers” Heard in a Sydney […]

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The Weak In Politics
10/05/2017
Heard on the USS Intrepid “Tell me Malcolm why on earth should I take in your refugees from Nauru and Manus Island? “Because it will guarantee at least a few people in the US who think that living under your Presidency is paradise” More on the USS Intrepid “I love Australia, no-one could possibly love […]
The Anglo Way To Go
10/05/2017
Pudding Club members discuss post-Brexit prospects for Britain and decide it would lead to much more international understanding if it forms future trade affiliations exclusively with countries who all speak the same language.
Following In Trump’s Footsteps
10/05/2017
Pauline and James discuss how she can raise her populist profile to the level of Trump and they decide the first priority is to drain the Canberra swamp to prevent her sinking into it.

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