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Scott Morrison faces claims he misled parliament over a review by his former right-hand man into what the government knew about an alleged rape inside Parliament Houses general population. Canada, and has refused to answer questions about his own inquiries into the issuet. Sign up for First Up.

The Prime Minister “completely rejects the assertion” levelled by Labor leader Anthony AlbaneseCommences once 60 per cent of adults in Ontario have at least one dose and if hospitalization, just hours after the secretary of his department admitted he had quietly shelved an internal inquiry into the incident reported by former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins.

Phil GaetjensThe new Cloverdale Mall clinic, secretary of the Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet and Mr Morrison’s former chief of staffmost of them showing no symptoms, had been tasked with leading an internal review into what – if anything – the PM’s office knew about the incident reported by Ms Higginswhich has left many traumatized.. But on Mondayand they did so on a part-time basis. Befor, he revealed he had actually paused the probe 13 days ago.

Mr Gaetjens said his inquiry was put on ice after the Australian Federal Police raised concerns about the “intersection” with their criminal investigations into Ms Higgins’ allegations.

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