One Nation Divided
At the end of May journalist Chris Wallace told us here, in our very bookshop, that the election would end up with a hung parliament. Counting continues but that's exactly what it's looking like happening!
So our panel of experts is coming back to talk us through what happened. Labor is calling it a victory. The Coalition is saying they will form government (with, it looks like, the help of the member for Kennedy) and Pauline Hanson says 98% of Australians don't believe in Halal.
Did Malcolm Turnbull's gamble to call a double dissolution election work? Have the people become disillusioned with the political class and turned their backs on the Hill? What does the return of Pauline Hanson to the red chamber say about politics?
So many questions and, no doubt, opinions! So after a mammoth eight week campaign Chris Wallace, Paul Bongiorno and Bevan Shields return to Muse to discuss these and much, much more. Hear! Hear!
Tickets: $10 (includes a glass of wine or soft drink)
Paul Bongiorno is contributing editor for Ten News, a regular commentator on ABC Radio National Breakfast and a contributor to The Saturday Paper.
Bevan Shields is the Federal Editor and Canberra Bureau Chief for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
Chris Wallace is a historian, biographer and journalist, an Australian Prime Ministers’ Centre fellow and a visiting fellow at the National Centre of Biography, School of History, The Australian National University.