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CROOK: Evan Thornley’s life of slime

Rick Wallace’s opus on the life and crimes of Labor’s traitor Evan Thornley is compulsory reading. Words that describe the carnage Thornley left behind: “Seething”, “Damaging”, “End of star candidates”, “Shocked”, “Anger”, “Painful”, “Bulging wallet”, “Non-union labour”, “cut his political teeth  in the socialist Left”, “didn’t appear to win many friends in the caucus”, “odd policy ideas” and so on. All good stuff. And Wallace makes a compelling point about Thornley’s new job: The other mystery is what purpose Better Place hopes Thornley will serve once it knows how he is perceived by the Labor governments that control the purse strings federally and on the eastern seaboard.


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