The much-anticipated post mortem of the Labor Party’s failed election campaign has found that the campaign was trying to communicate too many things at once. But former leader Bill Shorten has rejected that criticism, outlining a seventeen-point rebuttal to the findings.
“The first reason why I reject the notion that the Labor Party had too many messages during the 2019 election campaign is that, notwithstanding the affect of the other sixteen reasons listed below, there was a fundamental and sustained … “
<Ed: I think we might cut it there. It’s just too fucking boring>
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