Leadership instability and lack of trust in Australian politics
Sarah Ferguson on the Rudd Gillard Rudd instability she’s documented in The Killing Season, and Sam Crosby on why trust is rust when it comes to politics.
Jon Faine’s co-host is Fran Bailey. She was the Liberal Member for McEwan from 1990 to 1993 and again from 1996 to 2010, and served as Minister for Employment Services, and Small Business and Tourism in the Howard government.
Their first guest is Gold Walkley winning ABC journalist Sarah Ferguson. The Four Corners reporter and presenter has just released a book The Killing Season Uncut with Patricia Drum (MUP).
Then they are joined by Sam Crosby. He is the executive director of the McKell Institute, was an advisor to Kevin Rudd during the 2013 election, and previously worked as a NSW ministerial adviser and chief of staff. His new book is The Trust Deficit (MUP).