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The National Party used to be known for its leadership stability — what happened?

By Geoff Cockfield, Professor of Government and Economics, and Deputy Dean, University of Southern Queensland
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Barnaby Joyce is back as Nationals leader, after a spill in Canberra on Monday morning.

This is the latest development in an unusually tumultuous period for the junior Coalition partner, beginning with Joyce’s reluctant resignation in 2018 and punctuated by his unsuccessful leadership challenge in

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