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The Australian Bar Association has hit back at the prime minister's criticism of the NSW anti-corruption watchdog and says it is "deeply concerned" by his attack on the nation's barristers.
Scott Morrison renewed his criticism of the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption on Tuesday, saying he had "serious criticisms of the NSW model".
"I've never been a fan of how it's conducted itself," he said.
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"And I don't care if barristers and lawyers and others up there in Macquarie Street ... in the barristers' chambers - disagree with me.
"They disagree with me all the time - I've never had much truck with them over the course of my entire political career."
The ABA said …
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