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Scott Morrison’s reaction to being censured by Australian Parliament


For most of this week, Scott Morrison did not look like a man about to be censured as a disgrace to parliament for secretly swearing himself in to five extra ministries.

The former prime minister sat in his seat in the ‘naughty corner’ of the House of Representatives looking utterly unbothered as his fate was debated.

Mr Morrison even smiled and waved at photographers on Tuesday during Question Time, when both parties argued over censuring him.

He appeared in particularly high spirits that day, animatedly chatting and laughing heartily with his seatmate Alex Hawke and showing him things on his phone.

But this was likely all an act as just 15 minutes earlier Mr Hawke was forced to deny a rift with Mr Morrison after telling an author the former PM should have quit after losing the election but was ‘addicted to power’.

When the moment finally came on Wednesday morning, Mr Morrison didn’t at last decide to take the process any more seriously.

Scott Morrison looks completely unbothered as he sits in parliament on Wednesday listening to himself being censured by his colleagues

Scott Morrison looks completely…



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