Minnesota's pathological mental health system "Nobody stopped Bill Turnbull the night he turned himself into a battering ram and slammed his head repeatedly into a concrete wall." "Nurses and aides at the Minnesota Security Hospital stood and watched — in fear for Turnbull’s life, but also in fear for their jobs if they dared to intervene.
This was supposed to be a dangerous week for Malcolm Turnbull. And it still might be. But in the meantime it’s turned into quite a risky time to be Bill Shorten. This is partly because of the mistakes he’s made. But mistakes can always be fixed. The greater problem for Shorten is the deeper fault lines those mistakes point to.
Who should replace Bill Turnbull on the BBC Breakfast sofa?