The PM’s quibbling on financial support for Victoria amid its Covid lockdown looked more self-defeating than reasonable
- Victoria’s Covid lockdown restrictions explained
- Victoria case alerts and exposure sites; NSW sites
- Vaccine rollout numbers: tracking vaccination progress
Very often, the relationship between treasurers and prime ministers is either passive-aggressive (think Peter Costello and John Howard) or aggressive-aggressive (Paul Keating and Bob Hawke). But Josh Frydenberg and Scott Morrison work hard at being on the same page. Catching a shaft of daylight between them is a rare event.
Yet daylight has been visible this week.
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