Prime Minister accused of running ‘protection racket’ for Christian Porter | Politics | ABC News

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The government had blocked a parliamentary probe into into who covered the legal costs of the former attorney-general, but Scott Morrison says a higher principle is in play, ensuring there are clear rules as to how politicians’ defamation cases are funded.

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