An examination of academic publications since 1980 suggests the status of ‘cultural Marxism’ has been greatly exaggerated.
One Nation’s Mark Latham will likely win a Senate seat at the NSW election.
Recent polling indicates that no one party will be able to win a majority government in the upcoming NSW election, with Labor needing to gain six seats to deprive the Coalition from a victory.
Michelle Grattan speaks to Deep Saini about the week in Australian politics.
Michelle Grattan speaks with Nicholas Klomp about the week in politics.
Latham appeals to voters not to reward Shorten’s dishonesty.
Incoming ALP President Wayne Swan has lashed out at Mark Latham as “someone who ratted on battlers” after the former Labor leader’s robo message to Longman voters, authorised by Pauline Hanson".
Mark Latham also bought into a couple of specific well-publicised Labor controversies.
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It’s been a good while since Mark Latham has had much in common with the party he once led, but he can still boil the blood of some of its members.
Mark Latham’s business model in his media work is based on delivering insult and outrage.
Mark Latham’s latest stint on Sky News was always likely to end in tears but he had to do a lot of bad stuff before he was sacked on Wednesday. He had insulted two fellow Sky presenters, and the wife of…
Panellists discussed domestic violence on Q&A on February 1, 2016.
Are domestic violence figures actually on the decline? FactCheck investigates.
The ALP national conference has become a highly choreographed, stage-managed affair in recent times.
The ALP national conference has lost its policymaking significance of the past. Instead it has become a reflection of the leader’s standing within the party.
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The Latham Diaries remains a seminal piece – not only having revealed the ALP’s inner workings, but having highlighted policy issues and structural problems which continue to be of concern.
In a new book, former Labor leader Mark Latham and other prominent party figures attempt to diagnose the party’s malaise.
It is a sign of Labor’s crisis that Mark Latham, the party’s former parliamentary leader, has been re-admitted to polite centre-Left company. For his book Not Dead Yet: What Future for Labor?, Latham has…
Tony Abbott greets Liberal MP Kelly O'Dwyer before an event in Melbourne. Does the Opposition Leader have an issue with women?
In a discussion with ABC journalist Emma Alberici on Lateline last week, Liberal MP Kelly O’Dwyer defended Tony Abbott from attacks by Labor ministers who criticised his attitudes towards women. In the…