In 1991, the Labor Party was mostly preoccupied with the recession, and leadership tensions between Prime Minister Bob Hawke, and his rival, Paul Keating. Keating successfully challenged Hawke on his second attempt, becoming Labor leader, and Prime Minister, in December 1991.
Labor won the 1993 election by relentlessly hammering the Liberals over their proposed Goods and Services Tax. Could Malcolm Turnbull use the same tactics against Bill Shorten's tax plan, snatching victory from the jaws of defeat? Politics never ceases to fascinate.