Interesting how politicians (of all denominations) always know what Parliamentary reforms are needed as soon as they no longer have the power to change them:
Outgoing Federal Senate President Alan Ferguson says Question Time is a farce and there need to be radical changes in the way it is handled.
I would have thought that the period in which one’s party holds a majority in both Houses would be the time to deal with something that you believe is a ‘farce’.
It’s a bit like the way Opposition parties always know that there is a desperate need to reform policies on Government advertising. If only these moments of sheer clarity of purpose would happen at some point other than (i) during an election campaign and (ii) when handing over power to someone else.