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Albanese says time for navel-gazing is over after Labor's 'difficult' period

Albanese says time for navel-gazing is over after Labor's 'difficult' period

Anthony Albanese has challenged his colleagues to move on from post-election self-absorption and unite for the coming term of parliament and signalled the big social policy spending of the previous two terms must be wound back. In an address to the National Press Club to respond to Labor’s official campaign review – which blamed weak strategy, poor

Albanese confident he will ‘lead Labor to the next election’

Albanese confident he will ‘lead Labor to the next election’

Anthony Albanese promises "he will lead Labor to the next election" and is "very confident" of a Labor win "if they take on board the things that have been outlined" in the review. "It's a very different world and it's been a very tough period. People are disappointed. They're frustrated," he said. Image News Corp Australia

Labor will have a ‘strong climate policy’

Labor will have a ‘strong climate policy’

Anthony Albanese says Labor will have "strong climate policy", rebuking the Coalition's drought policies for making no mention of climate change. "Whether you're Pope Francis or the British Conservatives... this shouldn't be a divisive issue. It should be something the entire parliament is working towards," Mr Albanese said. "We have conflict fatigue

Australia to ‘prepare for navel-gazing’ following Labor election autopsy

Australia to ‘prepare for navel-gazing’ following Labor election autopsy

The review into Labor’s brutal federal election loss is in – and Sky News host Chris Kenny warns viewers to prepare for “a lot of navel-gazing” in the coming days, “as if we haven't heard enough already”. Labor’s “historically appalling performance” saw them only curry favour with 33 per cent of voters. “Mainstream voters time and again have voted