Bill Shorten has been an almost unbackable favourite to win the upcoming Federal election. Under his leadership, Labor has won 53 straight Newspolls – and Mr Shorten was widely expected to breeze into the Lodge with a thumping victory against a tired and divided Coalition. But the campaign doesn’t seem to be going to script. There is growing concern among Labor supporters that Mr Shorten could still stumble at the final hurdle and lose the ‘unlosable’ election. It came as both leaders went head to head in a televised public debate on Monday evening in which Mr Shorten was criticised for being short on detail and costings. The campaign doesn’t seem to be going to script for Labor leader Bill Shorten, pictured while spruiking his $4 billion childcare subsidy at a learning centre on Monday Mr Shorten, reading children’s classic A Very Hungry Caterpillar, is still ahead in the polls. But the Coalition has been buoyed by a Newspoll showing they have crept up a point Even the simple act of reading a book to children led Scott Morrison to attack the Labor leader. ‘Bill Shorten’s going to be a very hungry caterpillar chomping into your wallet,’ the PM said… Read full this story
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