A prime minister in the making, and a nation on the move. In Lone Wolf: Albanese and the New Politics, The Guardian Australia’s political editor Katharine Murphy offers a new portrait of Anthony Albanese. She reveals a leader who has always had to think three steps ahead, who was an insurgent for much of his professional life but had to learn to listen and devise ‘strategies of inclusivity’ to win the 2022 election.
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Katharine Murphy (Australian)
Katharine Murphy has worked in the parliamentary press gallery in Canberra since 1996. She is currently political editor and Canberra bureau chief of Guardian Australia, and the host of the weekly podcast, Australian Politics. Katharine is a two time winner of the Paul Lyneham Award for Excellence in Press Gallery Journalism, a Walkley award winner for her political commentary, and has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Canberra. Katharine is the author of On Disruption, an analysis of the impact of the internet on journalism, and two Quarterly Essays – The End of Certainty: Scott Morrison and Pandemic Politics and Lone Wolf: Anthony Albanese and the New Politics.