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Even if the Liberals win, Morrison won’t

His problem is that a large number of Liberal MPs dislike him, intensely. Image: Wikimedia Commons Since television arrived (and probably a bit before) it has become commonplace to describe Australian federal elections as presidential. All the focus is on the party leader. We talk about the Morrison government, the Albanese opposition. And when people go to the polls they are urged to vote for one or other of the party leaders to become Prime Minister. And this despite the fact that when they get their ballot paper, voters are faced with entirely different names, the names of the…