Barnaby Joyce sworn-in again as Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister at Government House 2021 | 7NEWS

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  • 7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Barnaby Joyce sworn-in again as Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister at Government House 2021 | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

    Barnaby Joyce has been sworn-in again as the Deputy Prime Minister of Australia.

    He was joined by his partner Vicky Campion and their two sons for the ceremony at Government House.

    Prime Minister Scott Morrison presided over proceedings virtually from the Lodge where he’s quarantining after returning from Europe.

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