Flux party: a potential gamechanger


Compared to alternative currency BitCoin in this article headline I would describe it as a grassroots development without any core principles other than majority wins.

Noel Pearson’s call for the radical centre in Australian politics


He describes himself as a radical centrist and believes Xenophon is the closest in the current parliament. He also thinks Tim Costello and Natasha Spott-Despoja would also sit there.

Xenophon’s Team may struggle post Abbott

http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/nick-xenophons-plan-to-build-a-new-political-force-is-faltering-20160114-gm62di.html Pundits are now predicting one new Senate seat in SA with an outside chance in a couple of lower house seats in SA. He is modelling his new party on the Australian Democrats with the Australian Centrist Party a name change under consideration post election.