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 abbott says turnbull must explain if he loses two more newspolls
abbott says turnbull must 'explain' if he loses two more newspolls

Tony Abbott has warned he will call on Malcolm Turnbull to explain why he should remain prime minister if he loses another two Newspolls.When Mr Turnbull rolled Mr Abbott as prime minister in 2015, he justified the change by saying the government’s loss of 30 consecutive News Corp opinion polls showed the Coalition was in an election-losing position.Mr Turnbull himself has now lost 28 in a row."It was the prime minister who set this test, and I guess if he fails the test it will be the prime minister who has to explain why the test was right for one and not right for the other," Mr Abbott told 2GB radio."It'll be up to him to tell us all why the test doesn't apply in his case."Mr Abbott repeated his policy suggestions of cutting immigration numbers and building a new coal-fired power stati

john howard squashes tony abbott's leadership hopes with four words

Former Prime Minister John Howard has thrown cold water on the idea that Tony Abbott might soon return as Coalition leader and prime minister, saying there is "no appetite for change" within the party. The Liberal elder's comments are significant, given Mr Abbott considers the former prime minister his political mentor.
Former Prime Minister John Howard says there is no appetite for leadership change. Photo: ABCLabor has been ahead in the polls since September 2016. A year prior in 2015, when Malcolm Turnbull challenged Tony Abbott for the leadership, he cited Mr Abbott's loss of 30 Newspolls as a reason for the change. Mr Turnbull has now lost 12 Newspolls. But speaking on the ABC, Mr Howard said there was no mood to change back to Mr Abbott or to a new candidate."I don't think there is

john howard squashes tony abbott's leadership hopes with four words

Former Prime Minister John Howard thrown cold water on Tony Abbott soon returning as Coalition leader and prime minister, saying there is "no appetite for change" within the party. The Liberal elder's comments are significant, given Mr Abbott considers the former prime minister his political mentor.
Former Prime Minister John Howard says there is no appetite for leadership change. Photo: ABCLabor has been ahead in the polls since September 2016. A year prior in 2015, when Malcolm Turnbull challenged Tony Abbott for the leadership, he cited Mr Abbott's loss of 30 Newspolls as a reason for the change. Mr Turnbull has now lost 12 Newspolls. But speaking on the ABC, Mr Howard said there was no mood to change back to Mr Abbott or to a new candidate."I don't think there is any appetite in the

abbott's climate change views are 'quite different' to when he was pm: turnbull

Malcolm Turnbull has left it up to Tony Abbott to explain whether his views on climate change are inconsistent or not, insisting it's a matter for him. Malcolm Turnbull says it's up to Tony Abbott to explain his changing opinions on climate change, noting his own stance on the issue has been consistent.The prime minister said a number of views Mr Abbott aired in a speech to climate sceptics in London this week were "quite different" to those he expressed when leader.While he understood the interest, he wouldn't say if he was baffled by the turnaround."It is a matter for him," he told the Seven Network on Friday."He can explain his speech and whether it is consistent or inconsistent."Related readingStand up to Abbott, former Liberal leader Hewson tells TurnbullMalcolm Turnbull is being told

tony abbott is kevin rudd without the popularity

All of a sudden, Labor went on light duties on Friday morning, right when it was gearing up to hammer Malcolm Turnbull over slashed penalty rates for hospitality and retail workers.Strangely enough, the Fair Work Commission's historic ruling which so bravely cut the remuneration of the least well-off, offered a political payday for Labor.Libs rally around Turnbull after Abbott snipesVideo duration00:35Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:41Ministers take aim Abbott's 'five-point ...Ministers take aim Abbott's 'five-point plan'Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and other senior ministers fire back at Tony Abbott's 'five-point plan' manifesto and his criticism of the government's current policies.Libs rally around Turnbull after Abbott snipesVideo duration00:35Video duration00:35Libs rally

public 'clearly' want policy changes, says peter dutton

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says even Malcolm Turnbull would acknowledge poor opinion polls will impact his leadership. A senior government minister has delivered a warning to Malcolm Turnbull that the public "clearly" wants a change in direction if he is to hold onto being Prime Minister.Immigration Minister Peter Dutton said even Mr Turnbull would acknowledge the impact Newspoll is having on his leadership and the Coalition must “listen” to the shift taking place.“What we need to do is to turn polls around, if that’s the measure, we have to make tough decisions,” Mr Dutton told 2GB radio.Mr Turnbull blamed Tony Abbott’s opinion polls numbers as one of the reasons for challenging him for the top job back in September 2015.  “We have lost 30 Newspolls in a row. It is clear that the p

minister for women kelly o'dwyer sounds warning over 'me too' movement

Minister for Women Kelly O'Dwyer has warned the "me too" movement could "silence the very women it wants to help".In her first significant speech since taking on the portfolio, Ms O'Dwyer said the global movement - which began with sexual assault allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein and generated investigations into several high-profile Australians - had successfully sent a message on the need to end harassment.Turnbull pushes Trump for tariff exemptionVideo duration02:11Previous slideNext slideVideo duration02:19Many pollies 'don't say sorry': O'DwyerMany pollies 'don't say sorry': O'DwyerA lot of politicians don't 'say sorry' for jabs at opposing parties, says Minister for Women Kelly O'Dwyer as Senator Michaelia Cash continues to face criticism for her remarks.Turnbul

coalition voters overwhelming back malcolm turnbull over tony abbott: new poll

A new survey shows many more Australians believe Malcolm Turnbull has better values and credentials to be prime minister than Tony Abbott.Nearly half of all surveyed voters want the former prime minister to stop commenting on the government's performance, the Newspoll survey for News Corp reveals.
Only One Nation voters preferred former PM Tony Abbott. Photo: APIt shows that 58 per cent of voters say Mr Turnbull has the best values and leadership credentials while only 23 per cent favour Mr Abbott. The Newspoll also shows that 69 per cent of Coalition voters back Mr Turnbull's values and leadership credentials against 23 per cent for Mr Abbott.One Nation voters are the only group preferring Mr Abbott's leadership qualities with 44 per cent in support compared with 34 per cent for Mr Turn

malcolm turnbull holds his nerve as liberals sweat on tony abbott's next grenade

Malcolm Turnbull needs a solution to his Tony Abbott problem and fast. That problem is not retaining the votes of party room colleagues but those of conservative voters.While MPs and ministers believe Abbott was the main casualty of last week's explosive attack, many also feel the situation should not be allowed to fester, nor can Turnbull afford to simply limp forward until the next Abbott landmine.
The comments of former prime minister Tony Abbott are always reportable. If Turnbull had ever been tempted to elevate his nemesis to cabinet to keep him close and busy, as Julia Gillard did with Kevin Rudd, Abbott has now made that option unthinkable.At ministerial level, Abbott's declared intent to continue speaking up for core conservative values is viewed with a surprising degree of equan

malcolm turnbull nears the danger zone

For fractious Coalition MPs amassed under Malcolm Turnbull, Monday's depressing 47-53 Newspoll was old news. Fourteen surveys old.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Photo: Andrew MearesOr, as Turnbull's critics will have it, around halfway to oblivion.Turnbull famously justified his 2015 move on Tony Abbott on the grounds that the then PM had racked up 30 dud Newspolls. The voters had decided, he fulminated, denial was just that.Turnbull's promise to fix it was understandably enticing. Yet he now finds himself around halfway to the same benchmark for removal.For voters, the descent of the Liberal government 2.0 is even less surprising.AdvertisementMPs confirm this. Ordinary people are sick of politics. Sick of arguments, sick of Trump, of broken promises, browned off with hollow politicia

abbott vows to stay around to help 'when' turnbull's leadership falls apart

Tony Abbott says he'll be around to "pick up the pieces" when Malcolm Turnbull's prime ministership ends. Tony Abbott has declared he'll be staying in politics as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull comes under pressure over party unity.Mr Abbott, who was rolled by Mr Turnbull two years ago, told an address to the Institute of Public Affairs in Brisbane on Tuesday night that he would not disappear from the limelight."I'm in no hurry to leave public life because we need strong Liberal conservative voices now, more than ever," he said.News Corp Australia reported on Wednesday that he also said he would be there to help pick up the pieces "when" the prime minister's leadership falls apart.Former Victorian premier Jeff Kennett had a blunt response to the news."He won't be prime minister again," he

abbott vows to stay around to help 'when' turnbull's leadership falls apart

Tony Abbott says he'll be around to "pick up the pieces" when Malcolm Turnbull's prime ministership ends. Tony Abbott has declared he'll be staying in politics as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull comes under pressure over party unity.Mr Abbott, who was rolled by Mr Turnbull two years ago, told an address to the Institute of Public Affairs in Brisbane on Tuesday night that he would not disappear from the limelight."I'm in no hurry to leave public life because we need strong Liberal conservative voices now, more than ever," he said.News Corp Australia reported on Wednesday that he also said he would be there to help pick up the pieces "when" the prime minister's leadership falls apart.Former Victorian premier Jeff Kennett had a blunt response to the news."He won't be prime minister again," he

tony abbott praises malcolm turnbull for backing party reform

Tony Abbott has applauded Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for offering "unequivocal support" for his bid to overhaul the way the NSW Liberal Party preselects its candidates.Defying predictions of a showdown between the two men, Mr Turnbull used a speech to the Liberal Party faithful on Saturday to back his predecessor's key demand: giving every member a say in party preselections.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Tony Abbott speak during the NSW Liberal Party Futures conference at Rosehill Racecourse in Sydney. Photo: AAP"As the party of freedom and of the individual, we must give every member a say," Mr Turnbull told the Party Futures Convention to cheers from the crowd."It is fundamental.
Tony Abbott listens to Malcolm Turnbull speak at the NSW Liberal Party Futures Convention. "I

voters prefer turnbull over abbott: poll

A new poll shows Labor maintains a two-party lead over the coalition while Malcolm Turnbull is favoured as Liberal leader over his predecessor. More than two-thirds of voters prefer Malcolm Turnbull as coalition leader over Tony Abbott.The Sky News-ReachTel poll of just under 2400 voters conducted on Thursday found support for Mr Turnbull was even stronger among coalition voters, with 73 per cent favouring him over Mr Abbott.However, an overwhelming majority of One Nation voters (77 per cent) favoured Mr Abbott.The poll gave Labor a 52-48 two-party preferred lead over the coalition, 12 months on from the federal election narrowly won by Mr Turnbull.The Greens primary vote is 9.6 per cent while One Nation is polling 9.1 per cent.Asked about same-sex marriage, 62.4 per cent of voters favoure

'he’s a narcissist', former howard minister vanstone slams tony abbott

Amanda Vanstone branded the former prime minister as a narcissist 'from the minute he was born'. In an appearance on 'Sunrise' this morning, former Howard government Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone issued a personal attack on former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who she said was intentionally undermining his successor Malcolm Turnbull.“Abbott is not going to come back. His own supporters now recognise that they’ve been used,” Vanstone said from Adelaide.“He’s a narcissist, and it’s always been about Tony – always – from the minute he was born.”The former Senator crushed Mr Abbott’s reported hopes of returning to the prime ministership.“He has got no support whatsoever – people can see him for what he is,” she said.“How low can you go when you make a speech saying you’re not going to sni

'he’s a narcissist', former howard minister vanstone slams tony abbott

Amanda Vanstone branded the former prime minister as a narcissist 'from the minute he was born'. In an appearance on 'Sunrise' this morning, former Howard government Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone issued a personal attack on former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who she said was intentionally undermining his successor Malcolm Turnbull.“Abbott is not going to come back. His own supporters now recognise that they’ve been used,” Vanstone said from Adelaide.“He’s a narcissist, and it’s always been about Tony – always – from the minute he was born.”The former Senator crushed Mr Abbott’s reported hopes of returning to the prime ministership.“He has got no support whatsoever – people can see him for what he is,” she said.“How low can you go when you make a speech saying you’re not going to sni

'this war has to end': former liberal mp calls on tony abbott to resign

Former NSW Liberal MP Fiona Scott has called on Tony Abbott to resign from parliament for the sake of the Liberal Party. Former NSW Liberal MP Fiona Scott says she believes former prime minister and prominent Liberal backbencher Tony Abbott should leave politics.In comments on Sky News on Wednesday evening, Ms Scott said there was a “war” raging within the party and accused the former prime minister of backstabbing.“I think some of these guys need to clock off, and I include Tony Abbott in that,” the former Lindsay MP said.“I think it’s time he goes.“What I see of a man that I’ve fought so much for in the past, is every day that this goes on, and this drags on, he's just undermining his own legacy and I think that's a tragedy.”Recommended:Abbott 'teaches' Turnbull on penalty ratesThe feder

'this war has to end': former liberal mp calls on tony abbott to resign

Former NSW Liberal MP Fiona Scott has called on Tony Abbott to resign from parliament for the sake of the Liberal Party. Former NSW Liberal MP Fiona Scott says she believes former prime minister and prominent Liberal backbencher Tony Abbott should leave politics.In comments on Sky News on Wednesday evening, Ms Scott said there was a “war” raging within the party and accused the former prime minister of backstabbing.“I think some of these guys need to clock off, and I include Tony Abbott in that,” the former Lindsay MP said.“I think it’s time he goes.“What I see of a man that I’ve fought so much for in the past, is every day that this goes on, and this drags on, he's just undermining his own legacy and I think that's a tragedy.”Recommended:Abbott 'teaches' Turnbull on penalty ratesThe feder

indonesia restores defence cooperation with australia

Indonesia and Australia have pressed the re-set button on their relationship, with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announcing that military co-operation between the two countries has been fully restored after Indonesia imposed a temporary freeze late last year.Standing alongside visiting Indonesian president Joko Widodo on the lawns of Kirribilli House on Sunday, Mr Turnbull said the pair had agreed to the "full restoration of defence co-operation, training exchanges and activities."Libs rally around Turnbull after Abbott snipesVideo duration00:35Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:50Turnbull and Widodo talk tradeTurnbull and Widodo talk tradeAustralia and Indonesia agreed to restore defence co-operation following a bilateral meeting between Malcolm Turnbull and Joko Widodo.Libs rally

indonesia restores defence cooperation with australia

Indonesia and Australia have pressed the re-set button on their relationship, with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announcing that military co-operation between the two countries has been fully restored after Indonesia imposed a temporary freeze late last year.Standing alongside visiting Indonesian president Joko Widodo on the lawns of Kirribilli House on Sunday, Mr Turnbull said the pair had agreed to the "full restoration of defence co-operation, training exchanges and activities."Libs rally around Turnbull after Abbott snipesVideo duration00:35Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:50Turnbull and Widodo talk tradeTurnbull and Widodo talk tradeAustralia and Indonesia agreed to restore defence co-operation following a bilateral meeting between Malcolm Turnbull and Joko Widodo.Libs rally

indonesia restores defence cooperation with australia

Indonesia and Australia have pressed the re-set button on their relationship, with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announcing that military co-operation between the two countries has been fully restored after Indonesia imposed a temporary freeze late last year.Standing alongside visiting Indonesian president Joko Widodo on the lawns of Kirribilli House on Sunday, Mr Turnbull said the pair had agreed to the "full restoration of defence co-operation, training exchanges and activities."Libs rally around Turnbull after Abbott snipesVideo duration00:35Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:50Turnbull and Widodo talk tradeTurnbull and Widodo talk tradeAustralia and Indonesia agreed to restore defence co-operation following a bilateral meeting between Malcolm Turnbull and Joko Widodo.Libs rally

indonesia restores defence cooperation with australia

Indonesia and Australia have pressed the re-set button on their relationship, with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announcing that military co-operation between the two countries has been fully restored after Indonesia imposed a temporary freeze late last year.Standing alongside visiting Indonesian president Joko Widodo on the lawns of Kirribilli House on Sunday, Mr Turnbull said the pair had agreed to the "full restoration of defence co-operation, training exchanges and activities."Libs rally around Turnbull after Abbott snipesVideo duration00:35Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:50Turnbull and Widodo talk tradeTurnbull and Widodo talk tradeAustralia and Indonesia agreed to restore defence co-operation following a bilateral meeting between Malcolm Turnbull and Joko Widodo.Libs rally

malcolm turnbull signals tax cuts as he fends off leadership questions

Malcolm Turnbull has signalled his plan to include personal income tax cuts in the May federal budget while fending off questions over his leadership ahead of a key “deadline” in the opinion polls.The Prime Minister declared that his job was “the gift of the party room” and could be decided only by his federal Liberal colleagues and not by the deadline of “30 Newspolls in a row” - a standard that he applied to his predecessor Tony Abbott.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has fended off leadership questions while hinting at tax cuts in the upcoming budget. Photo: Rob HomerThe sparring over the leadership question on ABC TV's 7.30 on Monday night came after Mr Turnbull nominated jobs as the key theme of the budget and left no doubt that he wanted to include personal tax cuts in the economic

rudd says abbott and turnbull are ‘tweedledee and tweedledum’ on policy

The former PM was asked whether recent infighting in the Turnbull Government was proof that they had failed to learn from the Rudd-Gillard years. The government’s policies on climate change, healthcare and the NBN are likely to stay the same even if a leadership spill one day replaces Malcolm Turnbull with Tony Abbott, according to former prime minister Kevin Rudd.Speaking on ABC Radio this morning, the former Labor leader was asked whether friction between Malcolm Turnbull and Tony Abbott was proof the Liberals had failed to learn from the leadership tussle that plagued Mr Rudd’s own prime ministership.He said the differences between the two men were superficial on the “big policy changes facing Australia”.Turnbull says he won't be reshuffling cabinetA reshuffle of cabinet to bring in mor

rudd says abbott and turnbull are ‘tweedledee and tweedledum’ on policy

The former PM was asked whether recent infighting in the Turnbull Government was proof that they had failed to learn from the Rudd-Gillard years. The government’s policies on climate change, healthcare and the NBN are likely to stay the same even if a leadership spill one day replaces Malcolm Turnbull with Tony Abbott, according to former prime minister Kevin Rudd.Speaking on ABC Radio this morning, the former Labor leader was asked whether friction between Malcolm Turnbull and Tony Abbott was proof the Liberals had failed to learn from the leadership tussle that plagued Mr Rudd’s own prime ministership.He said the differences between the two men were superficial on the “big policy changes facing Australia”.Turnbull says he won't be reshuffling cabinetA reshuffle of cabinet to bring in mor

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