The PM can still cling on to leadership because there is no viable challenger. How could we get him so wrong?

When Malcolm Turnbull became prime minister I couldn’t help feeling conflicted.

The partisan in me saw him as a far more formidable opponent than the car wreck that the dodgem-derby leadership of Tony Abbott had created, someone unlikely to drive the Coalition off a cliff before the next election.

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