Email By Laura Tingle Posted February 08, 2020 05:00:59 Photo: Scott Morrison has so far refused to release the report into the sports rort saga. (ABC News: Jed Cooper) Related Story: ‘Sports rorts on steroids’: No guidelines, no tenders and no applications required for pre-election cash splash Related Story: How Bridget McKenzie’s sports rorts affair led to a climate change pickle Related Story: Probe into alleged use of forged documents by Energy Minister dropped Map: Australia Among the (many) tensions of day-to-day political reporting is the need to reveal things that may seem inexplicably outrageous to those outside the political process, but also to explain why these inexplicable things have happened.For example, a party room coup against a prime minister might seem like a cunning stunt to the political apparatchiks in the party, but like a really bad idea to voters who were living under the misapprehension that it was them who got to change the prime minister.The challenge is to be able to see, and report, on things using two completely different parts of your brain, and sometimes magnetically opposing moral compasses. Photo: Reporting just on the manoeuvrings is the sort of stuff that our Prime Minister likes to… Read full this story
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The sports rorts saga is now a big test for the Senate — and Morrison has some wheeling and dealing to do have 297 words, post on www.abc.net.au at February 8, 2020. This is cached page on Vietnam Colors. If you want remove this page, please contact us.