And fi­nally ...

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - Letters -

So Kristina Ke­neally is go­ing to run as the La­bor can­di­date in the Ben­ne­long by-elec­tion. She cer­tainly brings a good track record of de­liv­er­ing, why look at her achieve­ments and what she did while pre­mier of NSW — ab­so­lutely noth­ing. As for un­der­dog, with her track record, she got that part right. Brad Probert, St Leonards

It broke my heart to read about the de­spi­ca­ble acts of cru­elty to beau­ti­ful, de­fence­less an­i­mals. My heart broke even fur­ther know­ing these dis­gust­ing peo­ple went un­pun­ished. Why? What is wrong with the jus­tice sys­tem? Jane Stu­art, Hunters Hill

For one fleet­ing mo­ment I thought the brand new NZ Prime Min­is­ter was not a smarty pants as they some­times are. Af­ter of­fer­ing to take 150 refugees from Manus Is­land when their own im­mi­gra­tion pol­icy is to re­duce mi­gra­tion very sub­stan­tially, I changed my mind. Mike, The Ponds

Julie Bishop says the rea­son for the lat­est dis­as­trous Newspoll re­sult is the cit­i­zen­ship de­ba­cle. Can she ex­plain the rea­son for the pre­vi­ous 22 poor poll re­sults? G. Hut­ton, Saratoga

For peace’s sake, Trump and Kim need to take a breather from their ta­ble-thump­ing and up­ping the ante (“Pres­i­dent primed for war”, 14/11). Steve Ngeow, Chatswood

As if Don­ald Trump, Shinzo Abe or the North Korean pres­i­dent are go­ing to take any no­tice of some­one like Mal­colm Turn­bull. He is hardly a world states­man and likely never to be­come one. David In­gram, Rand­wick

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.