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14:07  10 april  2018
14:07  10 april  2018 Source:

Minister pledges loyalty to PM

  Minister pledges loyalty to PM Peter Dutton says ministers who don't share his loyalty to Malcolm Turnbull should resign. The Home Affairs Minister, seen by some as a future leader, made the comments days ahead of the Prime Minister's expected 30th Newspoll loss.Asked if he was loyal, Mr Dutton said he wouldn't remain a minister if he wasn't."I only accepted the offer to serve in the prime minister's cabinet because I could give my loyalty to the leader, exactly the same formula I applied when Tony Abbott offered a position within his cabinet," he told Sky News.

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Tony Abbott said the full force of the law would apply to anyone who returns. Tony Abbott said the full force of the law would apply to anyone who returns.

The former prime minister said he'd done some serious "soul searching" after being dumped for Malcolm Turnbull in 2015, and had come to the conclusion his public life wasn't over.

"I don't know in what capacity that public life will play out," Mr Abbott told 3AW.

"It may well be as a backbencher.

"I'm here to serve in whatever capacity my party would like."

Mr Abbott said the last time he'd had a face-to-face with Malcolm Turnbull, the prime minister had made it "crystal clear" there was no place for him in Cabinet.

He wouldn't be tied down on the question of a return to the leadership.

Nor did he say if he'd forgiven Mr Turnbull for replacing him in his first term as prime minister.

"I accept politics is a rough business," he said.


Fracking to resume in Northern Territory after moratorium lifted .
Gas exploration projects in the Northern Territory will recommence as early as next dry season, after the Labor Government announced the fracking moratorium will be lifted. Origin Energy is planning to complete its existing exploration permit commitments by drilling and fracture stimulating a further five wells in the Beetaloo Basin.General Manager Mark Schubert said testing prior to the moratorium indicated a "promising, material gas resource" in the area.© 9news Gas exploration projects could resume as early as next dry season.

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