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Leadership from an ‘accidental Premier’

In this article, Roger Scott observes that the ALP has been better served by its state leaders than those at national level in the recent past, especially in terms of stablity, and examines the performance of Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk since the change of government in February 2015.

He links this to the recent article by Paul Williams about ALP leadership in Canberra, in which Williams speculates that Anthony Albanese might prove a better counter to Malcolm Turnbull’s charms than currrent incumbent Bill Shorten.

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