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Australia election: Fight for soul of Liberal Party underway after blue-ribbon wipeout to teals


The fight for the Liberal Party of the future is underway – and it is going to get very ugly.

Just hours after after a bruising election defeat and the shock loss of a swag of inner-city seats to so-called teal independents, there is already fierce internal debate about what went wrong and how to win back power.

Conservatives such as Senator Alex Antic and former chief of staff to Tony Abbott Peta Credlin want to the party to move to the right to present a ‘strong alternative’ and appeal to the outer suburbs and regions. 

But leading moderates including Simon Birmingham and outgoing Treasurer Josh Frydenberg believe the next election will be won from the centre and the party must embrace climate change action to win back city seats stolen by teal independents.

Former chief of staff to Tony Abbott Peta Credlin wants the Liberal party to move right to present a 'strong alternative' and appeal to the outer suburbs and regions

Former chief of staff to Tony Abbott Peta Credlin wants the Liberal party to move right to present a ‘strong alternative’ and appeal to the outer suburbs and regions

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