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Dennis Atkins

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Dennis Atkins

About Dennis -

Dennis Atkins has covered Queensland politics from a national and state perspective for almost three decades. Dennis was also the national political editor of The Courier-Mail from 2000 to 2005 and National Affairs Editor from 2007 until he left the paper in June this year. Dennis has also been a regular guest on The Insiders’ Sunday morning couch since early 2008. His career as a political journalist stretches back to Adelaide in the late 1970s.

 

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Leader of the Opposition Anthony Albanese and Prime Minister Scott Morrison during Question Time in the House of Representatives.. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)
Opinion

Surely our darkest crisis is not the time for politicians to be keeping their distance

By cancelling the next scheduled sitting of Parliament without a plan B in place, the Morrison Government has failed a COVID-19 test that parliaments elsewhere around the world have managed to pass, writes Dennis Atkins