#AusPol exposed: Ten quirky Twitter flashpoints in Australian politics

Cory Bernardi, Anna Bligh’s handbag and of course, Clive Palmer, top our list of some of the most bizarre cases of social media use in Australian politics.

It’s taken eight years, but it’s now safe to say that Twitter is now well and truly integrated in Australian society. It drives the news agenda, has proven essential during any kind of crisis and it’s even seen as a viable news channel in itself.


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