F might fit the Bill for fu­ture PM

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - Letters -

Any stu­dent re­ceiv­ing a B-plus would im­me­di­ately check with others to com­pare re­sults and would prob­a­bly be mol­li­fied to find that no­body else in the class did bet­ter.

The as­sess­ment of Mal­colm Turn­bull’s per­for­mance (“Mark­ing Mal­colm”, 16/9) could be quite com­mend­able, con­sid­er­ing that Tony Ab­bott, Bob Hawke and Paul Keat­ing would get a B, Kevin Rudd a C and Ju­lia Gil­lard a D and that the only prime min­is­ter in the past 30 years to get a higher rat­ing, John Howard, would def­i­nitely rate an A.

Idle spec­u­la­tion, per­haps, but my pre­dic­tion for Bill Shorten would be F.

Brian, Gwan­dalan

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