I notice the government has referred to itself as a stable government. Eighteen ministerial changes, three unsuccessful budgets and two PMs in one term is hardly stability.
Brian Cavanagh, Moorooka, Qld
Malcolm Turnbull privatising Medicare is about as likely as Bill Shorten returning the budget to surplus in 2020-21.
Andrew Lake, Edwardstown, SA
The EU bosses won’t accept that they crossed the line by trying to move a trade bloc to a political union, where they denied a democratic process on the basis the ordinary folk are too stupid. Well, the Brits said enough. The Poms can see a con a mile off.
Colm Dillon, Brisbane, Qld
Now there is talk of the Poms wanting a second Brexit referendum. What next? Best of three?
Henri van Roden, Coorparoo, Qld
Brexit disproves the old saying, “Never bet against self-interest, it never runs second.” Or to put it another way, Leave voters were not driven by their wallets.
Paul Tooker, Bald Knob, Qld
A former British PM, William Pitt, said after the defeat of Napoleon: “England has saved herself by her exertions, and will, as I trust, save Europe by her example.”
Greg Kater, Sanctuary Cove, Qld