A private health insurance affair: Ripped off by regulation

Early last week I felt a tinge of sympathy for Bill Shorten. Imagine heading up what is meant to be a team and discovering that a member of your leadership group resigned overnight and didn’t tell anyone. That being public lays bare for all to see, the mirage of Bill’s team being a bunch of happy little campers. It is almost inconceivable that someone in a leadership position who had worked side by side with people for years wouldn’t alert the rest of the leadership team to their sudden departure. That Stephen Conroy let the acting leader find out he…
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