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Australia'I'm happy to front up to Bill Shorten': Scott Morrison

06:30  04 may  2019
06:30  04 may  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Bill Shorten agrees with what Scott Morrison says, but says Labor would also add to it. He mentions Labor’s policy to have 10 days’ paid domestic Scott Morrison says as the father of daughters, it’s one of his worst nightmares and being the son of a police officer, he thinks resources need to go there.

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Scott Morrison has stood by his confrontational performance in last night's debate, in which he got in Bill Shorten's face during a spat about tax.

'I'm happy to front up to Bill Shorten': Scott Morrison© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Tensions have escalated during the second leaders debate, with opposition leader Bill Shorten and Prime Minister Scott Morrison going head-to-head on a range of topics. Mr Shorten described the prime minister’s actions as a "Mark Latham-moment".

"You're a classic space invader," Mr Shorten said as Mr Morrison closed in on him on stage in Brisbane last night.

But Mr Morrison defended his actions.

"Bill Shorten doesn't like it when you look him in the eye and ask him to tell you the truth," he told reporters in Windaroo, Queensland, this afternoon.

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Bill Shorten agrees with what Scott Morrison says, but says Labor would also add to it. He mentions Labor’s policy to have 10 days’ paid domestic Scott Morrison says as the father of daughters, it’s one of his worst nightmares and being the son of a police officer, he thinks resources need to go there.

Scott John Morrison (born 13 May 1968) is an Australian politician serving as the 30th and current Prime Minister of Australia and leader of the Liberal Party since 24 August 2018.

'I'm happy to front up to Bill Shorten': Scott Morrison© Sky News Bill Shorten holding up a piece of paper that reads $77 billion. "I was simply trying encourage him to tell the truth and to look me in the eye and tell me the truth and he couldn't do that either.

"He scurried away."

He also took on Mr Shorten's loose and mocking demeanour.

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Bill Shorten ’s happy to say that is not his priority and that people can stay in traffic jams in suburbs Their loans up to m on favourable conditions going through that corporation and those loans are Question: Mr Frydenberg, when Scott Morrison was the treasurer, he said he was very ambitious for

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"Wise cracks and stunts isn't how you run a country," Mr Morrison said.

'I'm happy to front up to Bill Shorten': Scott Morrison© AAP Prime Minister Scott Morrison and opposition leader Bill Shorten shake hands before the Sky News/Courier Mail People's Forum in Brisbane "I'm happy for Bill Shorten to put on a cabaret performance in a debate but that's not how you run a country and that's not what Australians want to see.

"I'm happy to front up to Bill Shorten."

Labor frontbencher Kristina Kenneally said Mr Morrison's moves were "aggressive, arrogant and desperate".

"Bill came with a climate change action plan. Scott Morrison had aggression, quite frankly, it was not pretty," she said.

"His space invader moves were not pretty at all."

Mr Shorten was deemed the winner of the debate in a narrow vote of last night's audience of undecided voters.

He got 43 votes to Mr Morrison's 41, with 16 unable to declare a winner.

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