Neither the Coalition nor Labor has the perfect solution for a pressing energy problem that is affecting everyone in the country

The most interesting thing about Malcolm Turnbull’s now globally shared speech to the mid-winter ball was not the Trump parody, fun as it was, but its tone. It revealed something of the prime minister’s current mood.

Delivered in the middle of a difficult week, when Turnbull was once again being publicly defied by the man he replaced and by a bunch of mouthy colleagues who always knew best andweren’t inclined to yield, Turnbull was sardonic and self-parodying, a little bit devil-may-care, a lot defiant.

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