Labor frontbencher decries instability prompted by leadership changes and the frenetic pace of the 24/7 media cycle

Anthony Albanese says progressives need to stop wringing their hands about the age of disruption in politics but instead celebrate their achievements, and avoid deploying short-term negativity as a strategy for getting into government.

The Labor frontbencher has used the annual Earle Page lecture at the University of New England to repeat his post-budget commentary about the importance of progressive parties having a positive agenda and offering voters hope, not fear.

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