Callum Foote

Callum Foote a journalist and Revolving Doors editor for Michael West Media. Callum has studied the impact of undue corporate influence over Australian policy decisions and the impact this has on popular interests.
Cocktail talk: Labor struts both sides of street on energy as Madeleine King mooted for gas ministry

Cocktail talk: Labor struts both sides of street on energy as Madeleine King mooted for gas ministry

Australia’s new Labor government is committed to a transition to clean energy and a cut in emissions of 43% by ...
University of Sydney reports surplus of $1 billion amid strikes

University of Sydney reports surplus of $1 billion amid strikes

The University of Sydney reveals an operating surplus of $1.04 billion amid staff strikes to increase the rate of ...
RBA wields a stick against inflation?

RBA wields a stick against inflation?

The Reserve Bank of Australia has decided to continue anti-inflationary measures by cancelling billions of dollars ...
Stephanie Foster now running PM&C

Stephanie Foster now running PM&C

Stephanie Foster is to take over from Phillip Gaetjens as Secretary of the Department of Prime Minister and ...
Facebook friends: Labor leaves nothing to chance as money-go-round rolls on

Facebook friends: Labor leaves nothing to chance as money-go-round rolls on

The Labor Party has been spending big on this election, with $964,000 spent on Facebook advertising between May 9 ...
Oil and gas industry inflates size by 15x

Oil and gas industry inflates size by 15x

The oil and gas industry is doing a good job of talking up its contributions to the Australian economy.
Market intervention from the free enterprise party: Josh and Scott’s cartel

Market intervention from the free enterprise party: Josh and Scott’s cartel

Scott Morrison and Josh Frydenberg may have railroaded an anti-competitive banking cartel through parliament ...
Employment drops below 4% for the first time in 70 years

Employment drops below 4% for the first time in 70 years

The ABS has released the April 22 Labor Force statistics. Unemployment has fallen slightly to 3.85% which is at ...
Youthquake delayed: young people’s enrolment lower than 2019 election

Youthquake delayed: young people’s enrolment lower than 2019 election

Youth enrolment is down in .4% compared to the March quarter of 2019 1,645,091 young people registered to vote.
Election issue: wages take 1.1% hit in real terms 

Election issue: wages take 1.1% hit in real terms 

The ABS has released the March Wage Price Index showing that wages have fallen in real terms by -1.1% in the past year.
Farewell Fred: Christian Dems replaced by anti-religion tax free candidates

Farewell Fred: Christian Dems replaced by anti-religion tax free candidates

For the first time in nearly 50 years, Fred Nile of the insolvent Christian Democrat party is not fielding a team ...
Official: Coalition policy hasn’t boosted productivity

Official: Coalition policy hasn’t boosted productivity

The 2021 Intergenerational Report revealed that Treasury found none of the Coalition's reforms have had any impact ...

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