Coalition’s pity party at estimates is a surefire recipe for electoral embarrassment | Paul Karp

This week the one year anniversary of Anthony Albanese’s government came and went, which should have focused the Coalition’s attention on whether they are landing any blows on Labor big enough to win an election.

More and more it feels like the opposition’s fortune will be dictated by whether voters start to blame Labor for macroeconomic problems, rather than anything the Coalition is doing to earn their way back to government.

In question time, Peter Dutton and his senior team have found some rhythm, although their attacks are repetitive and therefore predictable.

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