The Sydney Morning Herald
"Spender, Steggall and fellow independents Kylea Tink in North Sydney and Nicolette Boele in Bradfield represent a particular threat to Scott Morrison. The prime minister’s re-election chances are heavily dependent on NSW, which has just under a third of House of Representatives seats. The ALP holds a number of marginal seats in the state and the Coalition is hopeful of making up possible losses in other states in NSW. This strategy will collapse if the Coalition loses seats which were once regarded as safe."
By Peter Beattie
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