Proposal that Christian Porter can return to ‘full-time salary doing part-time work’ further fuel for fury, Labor says

Proposal that Christian Porter can return to ‘full-time salary doing part-time work’ further fuel for fury, Labor says

The Guardian

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Government’s advice that victims of domestic violence should use super to escape abusers a stark contrast, Kristina Keneally says

Labor has questioned whether Scott Morrison should allow Christian Porter to return to his job as attorney general “on a full-time salary but doing the part-time work”.

On the eve of a week of Senate estimates hearings, Labor’s deputy leader in the upper house, Kristina Keneally, sought to raise doubts over the government’s plan to delegate some of Porter’s role while he pursues defamation action against the ABC over a historical rape allegation that he strenuously denies.

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