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Editorial: Tone-deaf bunglers have failed McGowan

Almost 18 months into his second term as Premier and Mark McGowan still has the Midas touch.

He is undoubtedly the most popular leader in the country and WA Labor is still able to rely on his star power to deflect any negative headlines.

And that’s a good thing, because those headlines are starting to come thick and fast as it becomes increasingly clear he’s surrounded by subpar talent in his ministry.

We’re confident our readers will be as outraged as us to learn that some of the State’s most notorious bikie inmates were granted special permission recently to gather at 2.30am to watch a soccer match on the TV. As Ben Harvey reports, this was a “who’s who of organised crime”.

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