For too many politicians - and too many voters - politics has become a game, a trivial contest without consequences for the real world.
How did this happen? Why have we accepted it? And what is it doing to our country?
Sean Kelly, a former adviser to two prime ministers, and author of a new book about Scott Morrison, examines the current political culture, and asks whether we are all complicit in what politics has become – and whether there is any way out.