Dis­unity the new dis­or­der

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - Letters -

In years past, I don’t re­call the Coali­tion be­ing any­thing but uni­fied.

They prob­a­bly had dis­agree­ments but never the pub­lic dis­play of dis­unity we have seen of late. We have seen the in­flu­ence of fac­tions, num­bers com­pil­ers and now the anger of an ex-PM with his ob­ses­sion of bring­ing the party down. I hope Scott Mor­ri­son can bring all the war­ring fac­tions to­gether be­fore the next fed­eral elec­tion. It’s a big task but with some lead­er­ship and com­mon sense, it can be done.

The prospect of a Shorten-led gov­ern­ment is ter­ri­fy­ing to those of us who fol­low pol­i­tics.

Marg Swindells, Cas­tle Hill

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