After a disastrous performance during the summer's bushfires, Morrison has been a stronger leader on the global health crisis. But another great challenge – the economic one – is still ahead.
Only twice have Australian electors chosen to vote out a sitting prime minister. Both times, industrial relations was the key. What can we learn from that?
James Scullin’s prime ministership was ultimately cut short because, in the face of a great economic crisis, he did not appear to have a coherent plan.