It's not just the economy, stupid: Trump and Turnbull know it too well It's not just the economy, stupid: Trump and Turnbull know it too well

In the United States and in Australia, economic boom times have not been enough to sustain faith in governments. Donald Trump sought votes by hitting the xenophobia button, but Australia is a different place.

Morrison finally explains leadership spill after Turnbull lashes out on TV

Scott Morrison has shed fresh light on why Liberal politicians chose to band together to bring down former PM Malcolm Turnbull.

Turnbull refused to provide any explanation for his removal, but accused “the right” of seeking to destroy the Liberal Party.

Wentworth voters were angry, PM admits

A Liberal frontbencher says he has been upfront about why he stopped supporting Malcolm Turnbull, after being named as a leader in the coup that toppled him.

Malcolm Turnbull's Liberal Party knifing explained by PM Scott Morrison Scott Morrison explains the logic behind Malcolm Turnbull's knifing

The Prime Minister says conservative Liberal insurgents behind Malcolm Turnbull's demise had believed the party must better connect with the values of its grassroots members.

In Six Words Malcolm Turnbull Proved He Doesn’t Care About LGBTIQ People

In six short words about marriage equality on Q&A, Malcolm Turnbull proved he never really cared about Australia's LGBTIQ population.

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has denied he helped engineer the coup against Malcolm Turnbull after the ...

Malcolm Turnbull's former supporter Mathias Cormann concedes Liberal Party was in 'more competitive' position before leadership spill Cormann concedes Coalition was 'in a more competitive position' when Turnbull knifed

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has agreed that the Coalition had improved its electoral position just before he and his colleagues knifed Malcolm Turnbull.

Pyne tells Turnbull plotters to take responsibility for leadership spill

Malcolm Turnbull's Q&A appearance reignites tensions within the Liberal Party, with frontbencher Christopher Pyne declaring Cabinet colleagues have to be responsible for their actions in ousting the former prime minister.