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Labor has stolen the Treasury benches

Originally appeared on page 18 of The Adelaide Advertiser on 26/03/2014 Labor has stolen the Treasury benchesChristopher Pyne  IT is beyond question that under the Westminster system of government the party that controls…

Greg Craven - 'Pyne's fine words fell on deaf ears'

Article originally appeared in The Australian on 12/03/2014.   Pyne's fine words fell on deaf ears Greg Craven – 12/03/2014 THERE is nothing more frustrating than trying to speak to people in…

Time to do the maths on what's best spent where in education

Op-Ed originally appeared in the Australian Financial Review on 29 November 2013. Countries that spend a high proportion of their GDP on education do not automatically produce highperforming education systems….

Vinnies’ CEO Sleepout 2013

With more than half of all homeless people under the age of 24, homelessness disproportionately affects our children and youth. As Shadow Minister for Education, I care deeply about ensuring…

Article: Australian MPs pick up torch in fight against global anti-Semitism

Originally published in Haaretz, Israeli Daily Newspaper. Australian MPs pick up torch in fight against global anti-SemitismAll 105 federal Liberal MPs and senators join the London Declaration on Combating Anti-Semitism.By…

Op-ed: Labor taking support in SA for granted

Originally published as an op-ed in The Advertiser on 5 April 2012. PEOPLE in South Australia are rightly questioning why Federal Labor is splashing $1.5 billion in the electorates of…

Article by Miranda Devine - Gonski Illusion

Original article in The Daily Telegraph by Miranda Devine. THE most despicable thing about the “I give a Gonski” ads on TV is their dishonest use of a young boy…

Parliament In Dire Need Of Reform

Originally published in the Australian Financial Review on 30 January 2013.   The Parliament is controlled and defined by the government, the example set by the prime minister and the…

Increasing school autonomy the key

(Originally published in The Australian) LOOKING at a list of top performing schools, the tendency for government and policy makers is to seek among them commonalities that can be isolated…

Tony Abbott knows he is landing the blows

Ross Fitzgerald - The Daily Telegraph – January 05, 201212:00AM OVER the past few months, Labor's standard attack on Tony Abbott has been that he's “too negative”. They've even published a…

Written and authorised by Hon Christopher Pyne MP, 429 Magill Road, St Morris SA 5068

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