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OPINION – LABOR’S NOVEL TAKE ON TRANSPARENCY

DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | May 4, 2015 | The resumption of the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption has provided an insight into the way some sections of the Labor Party and senior union leaders do business.

OPINION – WHO CONTROLS THE LABOR PARTY?

DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | April 13, 2015 |The upcoming trial of Martin Ferguson by his own party will decide who controls the Labor Party: the unions, led by the militant Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union, or the common sense of rank and file party members.

OPINION – NOTHING QUITE LIKE A TIGES HANGOVER

DAN TEHAN | Herald Sun | March 27, 2015 |This time next week, Richmond supporters will be waking with a Tiger hangover. Win, lose or draw against Carlton, we will be dealing with the emotional toll that comes from a Richmond big night out.

OPINION – REFORM NOT EASY POST-WHITLAM

DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | March 23, 2015 | The selective interpretation of Malcolm Fraser’s quote “life wasn’t meant to be easy” from his 1971 Alfred Deakin Lecture has done both nation and author a disservice.

OPINION – REFORM OVER POPULARISM

DAN TEHAN | The Drum | February 20, 2015 |Every day Australia borrows another $100 million, and Bill Shorten is doing all he can to make this the norm. When you haven’t delivered a budget surplus in 25 years, sadly this is in your interests.

OPINION – BROADEN GST BEFORE ANYTHING ELSE

DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | January 5, 2015 | In 2015, tax reform is no longer an option for Australia, but a condition for future growth and enhanced competitiveness. This year must begin where the Coalition left off when last in government. We must finish reforming our tax system by broadening the GST.

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