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Energy, tax in focus as parliament returns

It's back to business as usual for federal members and senators who return to Canberra after a lengthy winter break and the first sitting since Super Saturday.
SBS

Turnbull better be ready for a street fight

In the wash-up to the Super Saturday byelections the Prime Minister's authority has been shredded.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Reuters reports that Australia’s ruling coalition government failed to win any of the five by-elections held this weekend. The defeats were widely seen as an indication that Prime Minister Malcolm..

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Why Super Saturday told us almost nothing

In this world, an unremarkable byelection becomes remarkable because of what some people had said about it beforehand.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The government has only itself to blame for Super Saturday results

There seems to me to be two main problems with interpreting the so-called Super Saturday byelections.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Labor's Perth primary vote collapses as voters bypass Super Saturday

A close look at the numbers reveal a problem for Labor in Perth: almost 9000 fewer people voted for the party at the byelection than at the 2016 election.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Labor leads in poll after by-election wins

Labor has maintained its slim Newspoll lead over the government following a strong showing in the Super Saturday by-elections.
SBS

No Newspoll by-election bounce for Shorten

Labor's strong showing in the Super Saturday by-elections is yet to translate into support for opposition leader Bill Shorten, the latest Newspoll shows.
SBS

Super Saturday: Results show taunts do not resonate with voters

The byelection results were not a success for the LNP and the comments of Alexander Downer drew censure from readers.
The Age

Super Saturday revealed voters are hungry for an alternative

To lose just one fifth as many votes in the government's other Queensland seats as they did in Longman would spell a wipeout at a general election.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Let policy light shine after Super Saturday byelection heat

The Coalition will be concerned by the popularity of its opponent’s focus on health and education, and by the lack of enthusiasm for its company tax cuts.
The Age

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