The Road to Ruin: how Tony Abbott and Peta Credlin destroyed their own government

The Road to Ruin: how Tony Abbott and Peta Credlin destroyed their own government

Niki Savva


Kevin Rudd used to be given no caution, yet even he lasted longer than Abbott. Julia Gillard had lots of warnings, yet even she lasted longer than Abbott.

Abbott neglected the entire warnings, from starting to finish — the general public ones, the personal ones, from his buddies, his colleagues, the media.

His colleagues weren't being disloyal. they didn't think they'd betrayed him; they believed he had betrayed them. Their reasons have been honourable. They didn’t wish him to fail; they sought after the govt. to prevail, and so they sought after the Coalition re-elected.

Abbott and Credlin had performed it more durable and rougher than anyone else to get the place they desired to be. yet they proved incapable of dealing with their very own place of work, less the govt. Then, while it used to be over, whilst it was once crystal-clear to all people they had failed, whilst all people else may possibly see why they'd failed, she performed the gender card whereas he performed the victim.

In The street to Ruin, famous political commentator, writer, and columnist for The Australian Niki Savva finds the ruinous behaviour of former major minister Tony Abbott and his leader of employees, Peta Credlin. in response to her unrivalled entry to their colleagues, and devastating first-person money owed of what went on behind the curtain, Savva paints an unforgettable photograph of a different duo who wielded energy ruthlessly yet no longer good.

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