Australia: Loss in Victoria could topple Liberal Party - PressFrom - Australia

AustraliaLoss in Victoria could topple Liberal Party

18:55  12 january  2019
18:55  12 january  2019 Source:

Craig McLachlan charged with sex offences by Victoria Police

Craig McLachlan charged with sex offences by Victoria Police Actor Craig McLachlan has been charged with assault and sex offences by Victoria Police. Victoria Police confirmed to the ABC that sex crime detectives charged a 53-year-old NSW man with one count of common law assault, eight counts of indecent assault, and one count of attempted indecent assault. Mr McLachlan was charged on summons to appear at Melbourne Magistrates' Court on February 8. The charges coincide with the actor's time working on the Rocky Horror Show musical in Melbourne in 2014. Mr McLachlan played the lead role of Dr Frank-N-Furter.

The Liberal Party was one of the two major parties in the United Kingdom with the opposing Conservative Party in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

The Victorian Young Liberal Movement has a proud history of policy development, political campaigning and support for Parliamentary Members. All young members of the Liberal Party can participate in the activities of the Young Liberal Movement.

Loss in Victoria could topple Liberal Party© AAP Scott Morrison could face tough times in the upcoming election. The Prime Minister will be back in the public eye tomorrow - the holiday is over.

The deputy leader, Josh Frydenberg, could also be one of 11 Victorian Liberal MPs to lose their seat in the upcoming election.

A Liberal member told 9News the losses at the general election will be "deep and profound" if the private polling is replicated at the ballot box, with the Victorian losses alone enough for the government to lose the election.

The polling isn't just bad in Victoria, at least eight Coalition-held seats in Queensland could also be at risk.

Former ALP MP joins micro party as adviser

Former ALP MP joins micro party as adviser Former state and federal Labor MP Kelvin Thomson has joined the Sustainable Australia Party as an adviser. Former state and federal Labor MP Kelvin Thomson has joined the Sustainable The former federal Wills MP will advise the party's first MP Clifford Hayes, elected to Victoria's upper house at the November state poll. Credit Cards Are Now Offering 0% Interest Until 2020 Find out more on Finder Ad

The Victorian Liberal Party (VLP), often called the Hollway Liberals , was an independent political party formed on 27 October 1954 from a grouping of supporters of Thomas Hollway, a former leader of the Liberal and Country Party and Premier of Victoria .

Liberal Party : Liberal Party , a British political party that emerged in the mid-19th century as the successor to the historic Whig Party . The purpose of politics, therefore, was to create the conditions within which individual energy could thrive to the betterment of all.

"There's no complacency, all my colleagues are working hard," Mr Frydenberg said today.

The Treasurer's blue ribbon seat previously held with a 26 percentmargin, but could change hands at the next election.

There's problems too in South Australia, Western Australia, and concerns over some seats the Liberal Party holds in New South Wales.

"The polls are not with us at the moment but I believe it is going to be very, very tight," Liberal MP Sarah Henderson said.

The government is already in a minority, so it actually needs to win back seats if it’s going to win the election.

But the Coalition is losing ground and the Prime Minister has often said he has a mountain climb.

PM hints at changes to Liberal recruitment.
The prime minister has suggested changes could be made to boost the number of Liberal women in parliament, as he grapples with Kelly O'Dwyer's resignation.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 0
This is interesting!