The lacklustre shemozzle that was last week’s leadership debate was not so much the fault of its organizers as it was a reflection of a pointless election.
We still haven’t heard anything resembling a good explanation for why the election was called in the first place. At its core, there is no burning issue challenging our values or deeply-held convictions, like free trade or a corruption scandal. Just a petulant prime minister unhappy with the hand he was dealt just two years ago.
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