Perrottet government ‘destroying itself’ ahead of deputy leader vote | 9 News Australia

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In light of controversies surrounding the John Barilaro trade job appointment, NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet’s government is attempting to get back on its feet ahead of a vote on who will be the new deputy leader.

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