Ian Quick and Robert Clark are preparing to implement Big Brother style facial recognition software for Victorian Liberals.
Jan Millard drives young online political campaigners to the brink.
During the longwinded Zoom presentation to Victorian Liberal Party members a visibly faltering Michael O’Brien tried to make a nervous pitch for party support
The conflict is widening between recalcitrant State Liberals and the pragmatic Federal Liberals over COVID-19.
It has been revealed that over many months Ian Quick has sought legal advice because a website had not reported or document properly his activities.
Jan Millard is a well known name around the Victorian Liberal Party, particularly due to her interference in all layers of the party, most notably her heavy handed running of the party’s unofficial facebook group Web Warriors.
With the current factionally-divided Administrative Committee of the party obsessing over the Casey preselection, Matthew Guy’s straight down the line delivery brought some much needed sting to Daniel Andrew’s wearying and repressive regime.
The Victorian Liberal Party is about to see a showdown over its vacancy in the winnable Federal Seat of Casey.
With Michael O’Brien tipped to leave Parliament at the end of this term after his inevitable removal as leader of the Liberals, upper house member, Georgie Crozier, has already been at work in the media to ensure that she is identified as the continuing parliamentary chieftain of the Quick faction.
Disbelief and anger reverberated around the Liberal Party after the news broke that Robert Clark was attempting to secretly and silently drop their handpicked candidate