"The March Hare...raving mad"

To those not actively engaged in the workings of federal parliament, the goings-on in Parliament House were often a mystery during 2018. The Coalition government squabbled over the ABC, threatening further budget cuts amid accusations of left-wing bias, while Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party maintained its place in the headlines as its leader flip-flopped on support for corporate tax cuts, and One Nation senators decamped for other political fields. Section 44 of the Constitution saw MPs and senators resigning one after another, charged with dual citizenship despite their protests.

Politics Now #83

David Rowe, The Australian Financial Review,

The Fiasco

Alan Moir, Fairfax Syndicated,

The Sinkhole

Mark Knight, Herald Sun,

One Nation Disbanded

Costa A, Self Published,

Burston Bursts One Nation

Peter Broelman, Syndicated,

Hansen Flip Flopping

Peter Broelman, Syndicated,

A Question of Balance

Fiona Katauskas, Eureka Street,

Upside Down

Pat Campbell, The Canberra Times,

The Blue Carpet

John Shakespeare, Fairfax Syndicated,