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Scott Morrison often is covered by Right Media sources.
Left33%
Center5%
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Europe · Canberra

Labor leader Anthony Albanese to become Australia's next Prime Minister, networks report

35% Right coverage: 86 sources
Australia’s Labor party is on track to beat Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s ruling conservative coalition in Saturday’s federal election although its ability to form a majority government is uncertain, according to the broadcasters. See the Story
Voting · Canberra

Australians vote to determine conservative government future

41% Left coverage: 46 sources
More than 17 million people are enrolled to vote in Australia's election. It is the country's first election since 2019. Prime Minister Scott Morrison is up against Labor Leader Anthony Albanese. Rising cost of living and climate change are key issues for voters. But the election has largely been framed as a referendum on the leaders' characters.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Biden calls Trump the ‘great MAGA king,’ bashes Scott’s tax plan

56% Right coverage: 23 sources
U.S. President Joe Biden calls his predecessor, Donald Trump, "the great MAGA king" Biden has in recent days begun decrying "ultra-MAGA" Republicans. The party that controls the presidency usually loses seats during the next election. Biden also repeated criticism he's offered lately of Republican Florida Sen. Rick Scott's 11-point plan.See the Story
Scott Morrison · Sydney

Australian PM says Chinese naval base in Solomon Islands would be ‘red line’

40% Right coverage: 10 sources
The Solomon Islands has signed a security agreement with China. A draft of the agreement leaked in late March would allow Chinese naval vessels a safe harbour just 2,000 kilometres from Australia's coastline. The opposition Labour Party described the pact as the worst failure of Australian foreign policy in the Pacific since the end of World War II.See the Story
Scott Morrison · Canberra

Australia votes in bitterly fought election

Coverage: 8 sources
Australian Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese will be the country's new prime minister. Follows incumbent Scott Morrison's failure to win enough seats for the Liberal-National coalition in Saturday's election. Albanese's win marks an end to a near-decade in opposition for the Labor Party.See the Story
Scott Morrison · Australia

Was MasterChef worth skipping to watch the first leaders’ debate?

Coverage: 6 sources
This being Australia, we naturally had one of our patented and very weird chest-beating sessions about boats and the stopping thereof. What was enervating is the rote delivery of the same rote lines, delivered all day, every day on the campaign trail. The glaring absence of anything that gave you hope an Australia 10 years hence might be any different to the Australia of 10 years ago.See the Story
Voting · Canberra

Peter Dutton tipped as next Liberal leader

56% Right coverage: 9 sources
Party insiders say Peter Dutton is the frontrunner to become opposition leader. Josh Frydenberg was considered the likely replacement but looks to have lost his safe Liberal seat. Other contenders include Karen Andrews, Dan Tehan and Angus Taylor. Mr Morrison last night took responsibility for the loss and said he would step down as Liberal leader.See the Story
Business · Beijing

Australian party leaders clash on China in election debate

50% Center coverage: 6 sources
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Labor leader Anthony Albanese have clashed in a fiery debate over China's new security agreement with the Solomon Islands. Labor has called the deal "the worst failure of Australian foreign policy in the Pacific since the end of World War II" Morrison said China had been increasing its interference in the region for years and suggested Labor's criticism of his government showed it was siding with China.See the Story
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As it happened: Anthony Albanese tests positive to COVID-19; fallout from Solomon Islands-China security pact continues

80% Left coverage: 5 sources
Labor MP Jason Clare says the questions being asked by undecided voters are proof that his party's policies are resonating with the electorate. Simon Birmingham says he doesn't think Anthony Albanese has the momentum he needs to win the election. Defence Minister Peter Dutton says those criticising the federal government over the security pact that was recently signed between China and the Solomon Islands are merely "shooting from the hip"See the Story

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