Coalition questions lack the big punch

Despite all the questions and all the newsprint, the opposition is still without a smoking gun to support claims of Gillard wrongdoing. After fobbing the issue yesterday, they only have today to strike.

It's hardly a smoking gun, but at least now, after acres and acres of newsprint and over 30 question time questions across weeks – the government even extended question time yesterday so that the opposition could get its full share in after Bob Katter confused everyone in the chamber by moving a suspension motion during question time** – we have a specific accusation.

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