Things are a bit ragged for Morrison, and not only because of the Coalition’s climate bullfight

Things are a bit ragged for Morrison, and not only because of the Coalition’s climate bullfight

With Glasgow around the corner and an election in sight, the prime minister could’ve done without this week’s privileges committee fracas

Funnily enough, the most explosive drama of the week was not Liberals and Nationals facing off about the net zero target. That bullfight had been long scheduled.

The lesser-known fracas inside the government unfolded shortly after it used its numbers in the House of Representatives to quash Labor’s bid to refer Christian Porter’s use of a blind trust to pay legal fees to the privileges committee.

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