Prime Minister 'not afraid' of Liberal MP rebellions on government votes

Prime Minister 'not afraid' of Liberal MP rebellions on government votes

Prime Minister 'not afraid' of Liberal MP rebellions on government votes Prime Minister Scott Morrison has sought to downplay deepening divisions and ill-discipline in his ranks after a chaotic week in parliament, saying he embraces his colleagues' divergent views. Key points: - Scott Morrison says he is not worried rebel MPs could spoil the last sitting week of parliament - The Prime Minister says he welcomes different views within his party - The government has confirmed it will keep its original proposed model for an anti-corruption commission Mr Morrison is facing a backbench revolt that has paralysed his government's agenda, seen Coalition senators siding with One Nation and the government briefly lose control of the House of Representatives. On Thursday, Liberal MP Bridget Archer crossed the floor in support of …
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