Calls for a federal anti-corruption agency grow louder | 7.30

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When Gladys Berejiklian resigned a couple of weeks ago, it was used by some in Canberra to attack the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption, and to argue against such a body being established at the federal level.

But the manoeuvring over such an anti-corruption body looks like becoming a real parliamentary headache for the Prime Minister over the next month, even as he presides over the climate debate within his own government. Here’s chief political correspondent Laura Tingle.

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