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AustraliaCelebrations and sorrow creates headaches for both sides of politics

04:35  20 may  2019
04:35  20 may  2019 Source:   brisbanetimes.com.au

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Celebrations and sorrow creates headaches for both sides of politics© Shakespeare Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten.

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It’s hard to know who would have had the worse headache on Sunday: the shattered Labor staffers at Anthony Albanese’s Petersham Bowling Club knees-up or the jubilant Liberal officials at the Sofitel Wentworth, some of whom ended up at Frankie’s Pizza at 3am.

Meanwhile, the wait for Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s arrival at the Coalition’s official election event gave this column time to track down the host of the top-secret $13,500 a-head Liberal fundraiser two weeks ago.

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The exclusive dinner, held after a Justin Hemmes-hosted cocktail party, was at the home of Blue Quay Investment Management boss (and long-time Deutsche banker) Patrick Holt.

He was spotted in the Sofitel Wentworth’s VIP room along with former ABC chairman Donald McDonald, steel magnate Sanjeev Gupta and designer Carla Zampatti.

Also there, Goldman Sachs adviser Charles Curran and PremierState lobbyist Michael Photios, who in his usual understated way, told us the mood “was so electric that it was the only moment for those gathered that was bigger than winning the Olympic bid”.

Celebrations and sorrow creates headaches for both sides of politics© Lukas Coch Billionaire Anthony Pratt was an early attendee at Labor's election-night event in Melbourne on Saturday.

We also saw Social Services Minister Paul Fletcher, newly-elected Reid MP Fiona Martin and John Howard’s former chief-of-staff Grahame Morris.

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And having made the long journey from his Pittwater RSL party, Mackellar MP Jason Falinski tore into the Sofitel at 11.30pm in time to listen to his newly re-elected leader.

Meanwhile, Malcolm Turnbull’s closest prime ministerial advisers also reconvened, just down the road for that matter, for an election night drink at the InterContinental Sydney. To have been a fly on the wall.

Big names, no bueno

Anthony Pratt, the country's richest man, may have been the centre of attention at Labor’s post-election wake in Melbourne’s Hotel Hyatt Essendon but the real firepower was in the VIP room where former governor-general Quentin Bryce headlined the inner-circle bash.

Celebrations and sorrow creates headaches for both sides of politics© Alex Ellinghausen Labor's national secretary Noah Carroll was one of the first mentioned as recriminations over the defeat began.

Outside, Pratt’s attendance was interpreted as a sign of confidence in Labor before he revealed he'd not been invited to his local event - Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's celebration.

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The death of Cuban leader Fidel Castro prompted celebrations among the country's exiles in Miami, and expressions of sorrow from some world leaders. There were shouts and insults in Madrid as a small crowd composed of both pro- and anti-Castro supporters met in front of the Cuban embassy.

Don’t forget, Pratt donated almost $800,000 to Turnbull’s campaign in 2016.

His mother, philanthropist Jeanne Pratt, hosted a $12,000-a-seat Liberal fundraiser at the family estate Raheen in March, which sadly, Anthony missed.

“I think Labor will win," the packaging magnate told CBD just after 9pm.

By 9.30pm with results starting to filter in, former state secretary Nicholas Reece’s face had drained of colour and Labor operatives Andrew Landeryou and former Shorten staffer Steve Michelson were speaking into their mobile phones in increasingly hushed tones.

As the mood slid south, those gathered tried to make a go of it.

We saw Australian Super boss Ian Silk, Gordon Legal head Peter Gordon, former Melbourne University Publishing boss Louise Adler and even former Rio Tinto executive Ken Macpherson, who went on to become Shorten’s first chief-of-staff when he became Opposition Leader.

The blame game

Recriminations over Labor’s unexpected disaster began even as Shorten was speaking late on Saturday night and continued into Sunday morning.

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Many NSW Labor operatives are already blaming the party’s national secretary Noah Carroll, with complaints that too many resources were poured into Victorian seats that were always going to be very difficult to win, specifically Kooyong and Higgins.

As one Labor figure put it: “Yesterday there was a man named Noah but not any more.”

And while scrutiny will also be given to the accuracy of polling, there was one outfit which seemingly gave an accurate indication three weeks ago of Labor’s misery on Saturday.

Labor’s agriculture spokesman Joel Fitzgibbon suffered a 9.9 per cent swing against him in the seat of Hunter, making the seat marginal with a primary vote of 37.6 per cent.

But on May 1, a Constituent Management Services poll commissioned by NSW Nationals director Ross Cadell was already showing Labor’s primary vote had sunk to 34.9 per cent.

It was apparently such a shock that the figures were dismissed as impossible.

Across the city

Elsewhere, Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne and Special Minister of State Alex Hawke were spotted on Saturday night at the Penrith Panthers celebrating a Liberal win in Lindsay.

Wentworth Liberal candidate Dave Sharma had socialite and self-described chief cheerleader Skye Leckie at his Easts Rugby Club party, which also drew Andrew Bragg, newly elected to the Senate, and Vaucluse MP Gabrielle Upton.

And while Zali Steggall celebrated at the Manly Novotel, Tony Abbott counted on support from Concetta Fierravanti-Wells and Liberal vice-president Teena McQueen.

(Meanwhile, it turns out the man who allegedly attempted to stab one of Abbott's volunteers with a corkscrew on Friday night was Steven Economides, a KPMG tax partner.)

There was no sign of “devastatingly experienced” barrister Bridie Nolan.

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