Prime minister Scott Morrison is in Adelaide today to spruik the Liberal candidate for the marginal seat of Boothby. Incumbent Nicolle Flint is standing down at the next election, and Liberal Dr Rachel Swift hopes to take her place.
On radio this morning, Morrison faced questions about the government’s plans for an anti-corruption watchdog.
Liberal MP Bridget Archer crossed the floor yesterday saying she was “offended” the government had prioritised its religious discrimination legislation amid “inertia” on its federal integrity commission bill.
Morrison repeated his argument that he didn’t want an NSW-like corruption commission on ABC Adelaide.