1. 'Such a bubble question': Haunted by Dutton, Scott Morrison dodges Liberal leadership demons  The Age
  2. Labor election ad targets Peter Dutton in bid to cut off any Coalition recovery in Victoria  The Guardian
  3. View from The Hill: Peter Dutton – Labor's not-so-secret weapon against Hunt and Sukkar  The Conversation AU
  4. Federal election 2019: Scott Morrison labelled ‘cheeky’ as he spruiked tax relief  The West Australian
  5. Labor launches attack ad against Peter Dutton  The Australian
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Scott Morrison dismissed questions about last year's leadership coup against Malcolm Turnbull, which Labor has revived as part of a series of attack ads in Victoria.The Prime Minister dismissed questions about last year's botched leadership coup which Labor has revived as part of a series of attack ads in Victoria.

Five years after his mother Ann died of breast cancer, Bill Shorten delivered a Budget-in-reply speech promising free cancer treatment. Health Minister Greg Hunt has launched a new attack.Five years after his mother Ann died of breast cancer, Bill Shorten delivered a Budget-in-reply speech promising free cancer treatment. Health Minister Greg Hunt has launched a new attack.

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten accused of having black hole in his plan to fund cancer treatments | Daily Mail Online

“Maybe @TonyAbbottMHR is on to something here... @onionsaust, what do you reckon? https://t.co/5Q3PUHjwh8”

Matthew Canavan on Twitter: "Maybe @TonyAbbottMHR is on to something here... @onionsaust, what do you reckon?… "

“Follow @newscomauHQ live blog today for updates on the Federal Election campaign, @SamClench is with Labor's Bill Shorten and I'll be with the PM's team: https://t.co/l1DYmKbRay”

Charis Chang on Twitter: "Follow @newscomauHQ live blog today for updates on the Federal Election campaign, @SamClench is with Labor's Bill Shorten and I'll be with the PM's team: https://t.co/l1DYmKbRay"

“Federal election 2019: Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten campaign for 18 May Australia poll date – politics live https://t.co/U393aBZduS”

Lenore Taylor on Twitter: "Federal election 2019: Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten campaign for 18 May Australia poll date – politics live https://t.co/U393aBZduS"

Neither party got a bump from the official start of the federal election campaign, with Labor retaining its 52-48 advantage in the latest Newspoll.Neither party got a bump from the official start of the federal election campaign, with Labor retaining its 52-48 advantage in the latest Newspoll.

Poll wrap: Labor maintains its lead in Newspoll, while One Nation drops; NSW upper house finalised

Poll wrap: Labor maintains its lead in Newspoll, while One Nation drops; NSW upper house finalised

While Peter Dutton is fighting for his political life in his marginal Brisbane seat of Dickson, he is being “weaponised” by Labor in its efforts to defeat two of his strongest Victorian supporters, Greg…While Peter Dutton is fighting for his political life in his marginal Brisbane seat of Dickson, he is being “weaponised” by Labor in its efforts to defeat two of his strongest Victorian supporters, Greg…

View from The Hill: Peter Dutton – Labor's not-so-secret weapon against Hunt and Sukkar

View from The Hill: Peter Dutton – Labor's not-so-secret weapon against Hunt and Sukkar

The Newspoll, in Monday's Australian, shows signs of the vote polarising as the campaign formally starts for the May 18 election.The Newspoll, in Monday's Australian, shows signs of the vote polarising as the campaign formally starts for the May 18 election.

Labor maintains 52-48% lead in Newspoll as vote polarises

As in Brexit Britain and Trump’s America, it’s the elite vs the people Down Under.

Australia’s new battlefield: insiders vs outsiders - spiked

Scott Morrison has revealed he is a Game of Thrones fan and didn’t want to miss the last season’s first episode — despite being on the campaign trail. Scott Morrison has revealed he is a Game of Thrones fan and didn’t want to miss the last season’s first episode — despite being on the campaign trail.

Federal election 2019 live: Scott Morrison dodges question on Malcolm Turnbull

Liberals concede Victoria remains a problem in this election, but optimistic strategists don't regard it as a lost cause.Liberals concede Victoria remains a problem in this election, but optimistic strategists don't regard it as a lost cause.

NoCookies | The Australian

From Liberal MPs supporting Peter Dutton in the leadership spill, to controversial comments on Israel and healthcare funding blackhole allegations, federal MPs spent the day struggling to dig their way out of trouble.Support for Peter Dutton haunting Liberal MPs as Labor confronts its own woes over Israel.

Politicians digging their way out of trouble as history haunts their election campaigns - Australia Votes - Federal Election 2019 - Politics - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

A volunteer firefighter battling cancer has confronted Bill Shorten on the campaign trail, asking why he should trust the Opposition Leader's big promises.A volunteer firefighter battling cancer has confronted Bill Shorten on the campaign trail, asking why he should trust the Opposition Leader's big promises.

Cancer patient confronts Shorten over health funding pledge

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has declined to say how he would approach a hung parliament if the federal election was tight.Prime Minister Scott Morrison has declined to say how he would approach a hung parliament if the federal election was tight.

Hung parliament not on PM's mind as leaders battle for votes in east Melbourne | SBS News

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has slammed Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews for using taxpayer funds to support ALP leader Bill Shorten. The Victorian government yesterday announced a $1 million cam…

Full interview: Scott Morrison reacts to Daniel Andrews’ $1m bid to beat him

Australia had a "climate deficit" under Labor, says Scott Morrison, but that's now been fixed by the Coalition. And he's absolutely right.

Morrison boasts how the Coalition fixed our 'climate deficit'

Of the many challenges presented by life as the wife of the nation's Opposition Leader, being presented unexpectedly to a prime minister while she is at home in her "trackies" is one that stands out for Chloe Shorten.Of the many challenges presented by life as the wife of the nation's Opposition Leader, being presented unexpectedly to a prime minister while she is at home in her "trackies" is one that stands out for Chloe Shorten.

Chloe Shorten: 'I keep myself firmly planted in the now' | The Canberra Times