Friday, 6 September 2013

Disunion Down Under

I pity Tony Abbott his probable victory, because his apparently winning recipe has turned toxic this week. 

He had thought that he had united three of Australia's once-warring tribes: the Anglophile Tories, the Catholic traditionalists, and the pro-American capitalists.

One word, Tony.



  1. But we increasingly have more unity in Britain-at least outside the mainstream parties.

    When Norman Tebbitt, David Davis and John Redwood can unite with Nigel Farage, George Galloway, the Green Party and Labour against a war in Syria, then a profound political shift has taken place.