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Second Morrison Ministry

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Second Morrison Ministry
Flag of Australia.svg

72nd Ministry of Australia
Scott Morrison
Barnaby Joyce
Date formed29 May 2019
People and organisations
MonarchElizabeth II
Governor-GeneralSir Peter Cosgrove
David Hurley
Prime MinisterScott Morrison
Deputy Prime MinisterMichael McCormack
Barnaby Joyce
No. of ministers30
Member partyLiberalNational coalition
Status in legislatureCoalition majority government
Opposition cabinet2019–present
Opposition partyLabor
Opposition leaderAnthony Albanese
History
Legislature term(s)46th
PredecessorFirst Morrison Ministry

The Second Morrison Ministry (LiberalNational Coalition) is the 72nd ministry of the Australian Government. It is led by Prime Minister Scott Morrison. The Second Morrison Ministry succeeded the First Morrison Ministry following the 2019 Australian federal election. The ministry was announced on 26 May 2019 and was sworn in on 29 May.[1]

Current arrangement

On 21 June 2021, Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals leader Michael McCormack was replaced by former leader Barnaby Joyce in a leadership spill, resulting in a ministerial reshuffle of National Party members. Joyce was sworn in as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development on 22 June 2021, taking over from McCormack. As of 23 June 2021, details of any further reshuffle of the other National party members are unknown.

Cabinet

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
Liberal Scott Morrison MP
Scott Morrison 2014 crop.jpg
National Barnaby Joyce MP
The Member for New England, Barnaby Joyce (cropped).jpg
Liberal Josh Frydenberg MP
Josh Frydenberg April 2019.jpg
National (LNP) David Littleproud MP
David Littleproud MP 2018 (cropped).jpg
Liberal Senator Simon Birmingham
Simon Birmingham.jpg
Liberal Senator Michaelia Cash
Michaelia Cash March 2014.jpg
Liberal Senator Marise Payne
Marise Payne October 2015.jpg
Liberal (LNP) Karen Andrews MP
Karen Andrews.jpg
Liberal (LNP) Peter Dutton MP
Peter Dutton at Parliament House cropped.jpg
Liberal Alan Tudge MP
Alan Tudge 2018.png
Liberal Greg Hunt MP
Greg Hunt.jpg
Liberal Paul Fletcher MP
Paul Fletcher MP 2014.jpg
Liberal Dan Tehan MP
Dan Tehan speaks with outside supporters (22298134110) (cropped).jpg
Liberal (LNP) Stuart Robert MP
Stuart Robert 2015.jpg
Liberal Christian Porter MP
Christian Porter Portrait 2015.jpg
National (LNP) Keith Pitt MP
Keith Pitt Portrait 2013.jpg
Liberal Angus Taylor MP
Angus Taylor 2015.jpg
Liberal Sussan Ley MP
Sussan Ley Portrait 2011.JPG
Liberal Senator Anne Ruston
Anne Ruston 2018-11-21.jpg
Liberal Ken Wyatt MP
Ken Wyatt cropped.jpg
Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds CSC
Senator Linda Reynolds.png
National Darren Chester MP
Darren Chester Portrait 2009.jpg
Liberal Melissa Price MP
Melissa Price MP.jpg


Fourth arrangement

Since February and early March 2021, Defence Minister Linda Reynolds and Attorney-General Christian Porter had been criticised for their words and actions during a series of scandals that plagued the Morrison government. Reynolds had been criticised for the mishandling of a rape allegation and complaint by her staffer Brittany Higgins in 2019, while Porter had been accused of raping a 16-year-old when he was 17 in 1988. Reynolds and Porter subsequently took medical leave from 24 February and 4 March respectively, after which, foreign affairs minister Marise Payne was acting defence minister on behalf of Reynolds and employment minister Michaelia Cash was the acting Attorney-General and acting industrial relations minister on behalf of Porter.[2] Peter Dutton was acting Leader of the House on behalf of Porter.[3]

In a ministerial reshuffle on 30 March 2021, Reynolds was demoted to government services and the NDIS, and Porter was demoted to industry and science. Dutton replaced Reynolds as Minister for Defence and officially replaced Porter as Leader of the House. Cash officially replaced Porter as Attorney-General and Minister for Industrial Relations. Karen Andrews took over Dutton's role as Minister for Home Affairs, and Stuart Robert took on Cash's role as employment minister.[4]

There were also changes to other ministers who were not plagued by the scandals. Anne Ruston was appointed Minister for Women's Safety, in addition to her social services portfolio. Jane Hume was appointed Minister for Women's Economic Security, in addition to her superannuation portfolio. Amanda Stoker was appointed Assistant Minister for Women and Assistant Minister for Industrial Relations, in addition to her position as Assistant Attorney-General. Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price retained her portfolio but returned to the Cabinet. Her promotion to Cabinet would allow the Cabinet to return to its previous record of seven women.[5]

The reshuffle was aimed to "getting the right perspective" in the wake of the justice for women movement.[6] There were no additions or removals of parliamentarians to the ministry.

Cabinet

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
Liberal Scott Morrison MP
Scott Morrison 2014 crop.jpg
National Michael McCormack MP
Michael McCormack 2018-01 (cropped).jpg
Liberal Josh Frydenberg MP
Josh Frydenberg April 2019.jpg
National (LNP) David Littleproud MP
David Littleproud MP 2018 (cropped).jpg
Liberal Senator Simon Birmingham
Simon Birmingham.jpg
Liberal Senator Michaelia Cash
Michaelia Cash March 2014.jpg
Liberal Senator Marise Payne
Marise Payne October 2015.jpg
Liberal (LNP) Karen Andrews MP
Karen Andrews.jpg
Liberal (LNP) Peter Dutton MP
Peter Dutton at Parliament House cropped.jpg
Liberal Alan Tudge MP
Alan Tudge 2018.png
Liberal Greg Hunt MP
Greg Hunt.jpg
Liberal Paul Fletcher MP
Paul Fletcher MP 2014.jpg
Liberal Dan Tehan MP
Dan Tehan speaks with outside supporters (22298134110) (cropped).jpg
Liberal (LNP) Stuart Robert MP
Stuart Robert 2015.jpg
Liberal Christian Porter MP
Christian Porter Portrait 2015.jpg
National (LNP) Keith Pitt MP
Keith Pitt Portrait 2013.jpg
Liberal Angus Taylor MP
Angus Taylor 2015.jpg
Liberal Sussan Ley MP
Sussan Ley Portrait 2011.JPG
Liberal Senator Anne Ruston
Anne Ruston 2018-11-21.jpg
Liberal Ken Wyatt MP
Ken Wyatt cropped.jpg
Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds CSC
Senator Linda Reynolds.png
National Darren Chester MP
Darren Chester Portrait 2009.jpg
Liberal Melissa Price MP
Melissa Price MP.jpg

Outer Ministry

Party Minister State/territory Portfolio
National Mark Coulton MP NSW
National Andrew Gee MP NSW
Liberal Michael Sukkar MP Vic
Liberal Senator Jane Hume Vic
  • Minister for Superannuation, Financial Services and the Digital Economy
  • Minister for Women's Economic Security
Liberal Senator Zed Seselja ACT
  • Minister for International Development and the Pacific
Liberal Senator Richard Colbeck Tas
Liberal Alex Hawke MP NSW

Assistant Ministry

Party Minister State/territory Portfolio
Liberal Ben Morton MP WA
  • Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister and Cabinet
  • Assistant Minister to the Minister for the Public Service
  • Assistant Minister for Electoral Matters
Liberal David Coleman MP NSW
  • Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention
Liberal (LNP) Scott Buchholz MP Qld
  • Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport
National Kevin Hogan MP NSW
Liberal Nola Marino MP WA
  • Assistant Minister for Regional Development and Territories
Liberal (LNP) Senator Amanda Stoker Qld
  • Assistant Minister to the Attorney-General
  • Assistant Minister for Women
  • Assistant Minister for Industrial Relations
Liberal Senator Jonathon Duniam Tas
  • Assistant Minister for Forestry and Fisheries
  • Assistant Minister for Industry Development
Liberal Jason Wood MP Vic
  • Assistant Minister for Customs, Community Safety and Multicultural Affairs
Liberal (LNP) Trevor Evans MP Qld
  • Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management
National (LNP) Michelle Landry MP Qld
  • Assistant Minister for Children and Families
  • Assistant Minister for Northern Australia
Liberal (LNP) Luke Howarth MP Qld
  • Assistant Minister for Youth and Employment Services
Liberal Andrew Hastie MP WA
  • Assistant Minister for Defence

Party breakdown

Cabinet

Party breakdown of cabinet ministers:

19
4

Entire ministry

Party breakdown of entire ministry:

34
8

Third arrangement

A ministerial reshuffle was undertaken on 22 December 2020.[7][8] Health Minister Greg Hunt was given the aged care portfolio in addition his existing health portfolio. The previous aged care minister, Richard Colbeck, remained as Minister for Senior Australians and Aged Care Services. Colbeck also retained the sports portfolio, but lost the youth portfolio to Alan Tudge. Tudge was appointed as Minister for Education and Youth, and his previous urban infrastructure portfolio was given to Communications and Arts Minister Paul Fletcher. The previous Education Minister Dan Tehan was appointed as Trade Minister, taking over from Simon Birmingham who became the Finance Minister two months prior. No additional parliamentarians were appointed to the Cabinet.

Zed Seselja and Jane Hume were promoted to the Outer Ministry, and Amanda Stoker and Andrew Hastie were new additions to the Assistant Ministry. Steve Irons stepped down from the Assistant Ministry to make way for Hastie. Immigration Minister David Coleman, who was on personal leave since December 2019, returned from leave but was demoted to an Assistant Minister.

Cabinet

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
Liberal Scott Morrison MP
Scott Morrison 2014 crop.jpg
National Michael McCormack MP
Michael McCormack 2018-01 (cropped).jpg
Liberal Josh Frydenberg MP
Josh Frydenberg April 2019.jpg
National (LNP) David Littleproud MP
David Littleproud MP 2018 (cropped).jpg
Liberal Senator Simon Birmingham
Simon Birmingham.jpg
Liberal Christian Porter MP
Christian Porter Portrait 2015.jpg
Liberal Senator Marise Payne
Marise Payne October 2015.jpg
Liberal (LNP) Peter Dutton MP
Peter Dutton at Parliament House cropped.jpg
Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds CSC
Senator Linda Reynolds.png
Liberal Alan Tudge MP
Alan Tudge 2018.png
Liberal Greg Hunt MP
Greg Hunt.jpg
Liberal Paul Fletcher MP
Paul Fletcher MP 2014.jpg
Liberal Dan Tehan MP
Dan Tehan speaks with outside supporters (22298134110) (cropped).jpg
Liberal Senator Michaelia Cash
Michaelia Cash March 2014.jpg
Liberal (LNP) Karen Andrews MP
Karen Andrews.jpg
National (LNP) Keith Pitt MP
Keith Pitt Portrait 2013.jpg
Liberal Angus Taylor MP
Angus Taylor 2015.jpg
Liberal Sussan Ley MP
Sussan Ley Portrait 2011.JPG
Liberal Senator Anne Ruston
Anne Ruston 2018-11-21.jpg
Liberal Ken Wyatt MP
Ken Wyatt cropped.jpg
Liberal (LNP) Stuart Robert MP
Stuart Robert 2015.jpg
National Darren Chester MP
Darren Chester Portrait 2009.jpg

Outer Ministry

Party Minister State/territory Portfolio
National Mark Coulton MP NSW
National Andrew Gee MP NSW
Liberal Michael Sukkar MP Vic
Liberal Senator Jane Hume Vic
  • Minister for Superannuation, Financial Services and the Digital Economy
Liberal Senator Zed Seselja ACT
  • Minister for International Development and the Pacific
Liberal Senator Richard Colbeck Tas
Liberal Alex Hawke MP NSW
Liberal Melissa Price MP WA

Assistant Ministry

Party Minister State/territory Portfolio
Liberal Ben Morton MP WA
  • Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister and Cabinet
  • Assistant Minister to the Minister for the Public Service
  • Assistant Minister for Electoral Matters
Liberal David Coleman MP NSW
  • Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention
Liberal (LNP) Scott Buchholz MP Qld
  • Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport
National Kevin Hogan MP NSW
Liberal Nola Marino MP WA
  • Assistant Minister for Regional Development and Territories
Liberal (LNP) Senator Amanda Stoker Qld
  • Assistant Minister to the Attorney-General
Liberal Senator Jonathon Duniam Tas
  • Assistant Minister for Forestry and Fisheries
  • Assistant Minister for Industry Development
Liberal Jason Wood MP Vic
  • Assistant Minister for Customs, Community Safety and Multicultural Affairs
Liberal (LNP) Trevor Evans MP Qld
  • Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management
National (LNP) Michelle Landry MP Qld
  • Assistant Minister for Children and Families
  • Assistant Minister for Northern Australia
Liberal (LNP) Luke Howarth MP Qld
  • Assistant Minister for Youth and Employment Services
Liberal Andrew Hastie MP WA
  • Assistant Minister for Defence

Party breakdown

Cabinet

Party breakdown of cabinet ministers:

18
4

Entire ministry

Party breakdown of entire ministry:

34
8
  1. ^ Includes three LNP ministers sitting in Liberal party room.
  2. ^ Includes two LNP ministers sitting in National party room.
  3. ^ Includes seven LNP ministers sitting in Liberal party room.
  4. ^ Includes three LNP ministers sitting in National party room.
  5. ^ Includes three LNP ministers sitting in Liberal party room.
  6. ^ Includes two LNP ministers sitting in National party room.
  7. ^ Includes seven LNP ministers sitting in Liberal party room.
  8. ^ Includes three LNP ministers sitting in National party room.

Second arrangement

Bridget McKenzie resigned as deputy Nationals leader and from the Cabinet on 2 February 2020 because of a sports grants scandal, while Matt Canavan resigned on 3 February 2020 because he backed former Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce in the 2020 Nationals leadership spill. Following the spill, David Littleproud was elected as deputy leader of the Nationals on 4 February 2020. The portfolios held by Nationals ministers and assistant ministers were reshuffled, effective 6 February 2020.

Littleproud took over the agriculture portfolio from McKenzie, retaining his drought and emergency management portfolios, and losing the water resources portfolio to Keith Pitt. Pitt, who was previously an assistant minister between 2016 and 2018, also took over resources and Northern Australia portfolio from Canavan. Darren Chester continued to hold the veteran affair's and defence personnel portfolios, which were moved from the outer ministry to the cabinet.[9]

Mark Coulton's regional services portfolio was split up into regional health, regional communications and regional education, with Coulton retaining the first two as well as the local government portfolio. Andrew Gee was promoted to the outer ministry and took over the regional education and decentralisation portfolios and the post of Assistant Trade and Investment Minister from Coulton. Kevin Hogan was promoted to the assistant ministry and replaced Gee as Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister. Michelle Landry retained her portfolio and was additionally appointed Assistant Minister for Northern Australia.

The new ministers were sworn in on 6 February 2020.[10] The portfolios of Liberal ministers were unchanged, and Alan Tudge continued to be acting Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs on behalf of David Coleman.

In October 2020, Mathias Cormann retired from federal politics. Simon Birmingham took over Cormann's roles as Leader of the Government in the Senate and Minister for Finance in addition to his own trade portfolio on 31 October 2020.[11] Michaelia Cash became the Deputy Leader of the Government in the Senate. Despite the loss of one cabinet minister, Morrison opted not to make other ministerial changes at the time.[12] The arrangement lasted until the reshuffle in December 2020.

Cabinet

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
Liberal Scott Morrison MP
Scott Morrison 2014 crop.jpg
National Michael McCormack MP
Michael McCormack 2018-01 (cropped).jpg
Liberal Josh Frydenberg MP
Josh Frydenberg April 2019.jpg
Liberal Senator Mathias Cormann
(until 30 October 2020)
Mathias Cormann - Senate portrait 2016.jpg
National (LNP) David Littleproud MP
David Littleproud MP 2018 (cropped).jpg
Liberal Senator Simon Birmingham
Simon Birmingham.jpg
Liberal Christian Porter MP
Christian Porter Portrait 2015.jpg
Liberal Senator Marise Payne
Marise Payne October 2015.jpg
Liberal (LNP) Peter Dutton MP
Peter Dutton at Parliament House cropped.jpg
Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds CSC
Senator Linda Reynolds.png
Liberal Alan Tudge MP
Alan Tudge 2018.png
Liberal Greg Hunt MP
Greg Hunt.jpg
Liberal Paul Fletcher MP
Paul Fletcher MP 2014.jpg
Liberal Dan Tehan MP
Dan Tehan speaks with outside supporters (22298134110) (cropped).jpg
Liberal Senator Michaelia Cash
Michaelia Cash March 2014.jpg
Liberal (LNP) Karen Andrews MP
Karen Andrews.jpg
National (LNP) Keith Pitt MP
Keith Pitt Portrait 2013.jpg
Liberal Angus Taylor MP
Angus Taylor 2015.jpg
Liberal Sussan Ley MP
Sussan Ley Portrait 2011.JPG
Liberal Senator Anne Ruston
Anne Ruston 2018-11-21.jpg
Liberal Ken Wyatt MP
Ken Wyatt cropped.jpg
Liberal (LNP) Stuart Robert MP
Stuart Robert 2015.jpg
National Darren Chester MP
Darren Chester Portrait 2009.jpg

Outer Ministry

Party Minister State/territory Portfolio
National Mark Coulton MP NSW
Liberal Michael Sukkar MP Vic
Liberal Alex Hawke MP NSW
  • Minister for International Development and the Pacific
  • Assistant Defence Minister
Liberal Senator Richard Colbeck Tas
Liberal David Coleman MP NSW
National Andrew Gee MP NSW
Liberal Melissa Price MP WA

Assistant Ministry

Party Minister State/territory Portfolio
Liberal Ben Morton MP WA
Liberal (LNP) Scott Buchholz MP Qld
  • Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport
National Kevin Hogan MP NSW
Liberal Nola Marino MP WA
  • Assistant Minister for Regional Development and Territories
Liberal Senator Jane Hume Vic
  • Assistant Minister for Superannuation, Financial Services and Financial Technology
Liberal Senator Zed Seselja ACT
  • Assistant Minister for Finance, Charities and Electoral Matters
Liberal Senator Jonathon Duniam Tas
  • Assistant Minister for Forestry and Fisheries
  • Assistant Minister for Regional Tourism
Liberal Jason Wood MP Vic
  • Assistant Minister for Customs, Community Safety and Multicultural Affairs
Liberal Steve Irons MP WA
  • Assistant Minister for Vocational Education, Training and Apprenticeships
Liberal (LNP) Trevor Evans MP Qld
  • Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management
National (LNP) Michelle Landry MP Qld
  • Assistant Minister for Northern Australia
  • Assistant Minister for Children and Families
Liberal (LNP) Luke Howarth MP Qld
  • Assistant Minister for Community Housing, Homelessness and Community Services

Party breakdown

Cabinet

Party breakdown of cabinet ministers:

18
4

Entire ministry

Party breakdown of entire ministry:

33
8
  1. ^ Includes three LNP ministers sitting in Liberal party room.
  2. ^ Includes two LNP ministers sitting in National party room.
  3. ^ Includes six LNP ministers sitting in Liberal party room.
  4. ^ Includes three LNP ministers sitting in National party room.

First arrangement

The first arrangement of the Second Morrison Ministry was sworn in on 29 May 2019. In December 2019, it was announced that Immigration Minister David Coleman would be taking indefinite leave for personal reasons, with Alan Tudge taking over his portfolio as acting minister.[13] The arrangement became unaltered until the resignation of National Party senators Bridget McKenzie and Matt Canavan on 2 and 3 February 2020 respectively. Until the reshuffle on 6 February, Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack was the acting Minister for Agriculture, taking over from McKenzie, while Water Resources minister David Littleproud was the acting Minister for Resources and Northern Australia, taking over from Canavan.[14]

Cabinet

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
Liberal Scott Morrison MP
Scott Morrison 2014 crop.jpg
National Michael McCormack MP
Michael McCormack 2018-01 (cropped).jpg
Liberal Josh Frydenberg MP
Josh Frydenberg April 2019.jpg
National Senator Bridget McKenzie
Bridget McKenzie 2014-01.jpg
Liberal Senator Mathias Cormann
Mathias Cormann - Senate portrait 2016.jpg
Liberal Senator Simon Birmingham
Simon Birmingham.jpg
Liberal Christian Porter MP
Christian Porter Portrait 2015.jpg
Liberal Senator Marise Payne
Marise Payne October 2015.jpg
Liberal
(LNP)
Peter Dutton MP
Peter Dutton at Parliament House cropped.jpg
Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds CSC
Senator Linda Reynolds.png
Liberal Alan Tudge MP
Alan Tudge 2018.png
Liberal Greg Hunt MP
Greg Hunt.jpg
Liberal Paul Fletcher MP
Paul Fletcher MP 2014.jpg
Liberal Dan Tehan MP
Dan Tehan speaks with outside supporters (22298134110) (cropped).jpg
Liberal Senator Michaelia Cash
Michaelia Cash March 2014.jpg
Liberal
(LNP)
Karen Andrews MP
Karen Andrews.jpg
National
(LNP)
Senator Matt Canavan
Matt Canavan 2017.jpg
Liberal Angus Taylor MP
Angus Taylor 2015.jpg
Liberal Sussan Ley MP
Sussan Ley Portrait 2011.JPG
Liberal Senator Anne Ruston
Anne Ruston 2018-11-21.jpg
Liberal Ken Wyatt MP
Ken Wyatt cropped.jpg
National
(LNP)
David Littleproud MP
David Littleproud MP 2018 (cropped).jpg
Liberal
(LNP)
Stuart Robert MP
Stuart Robert 2015.jpg

Outer Ministry

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
National Mark Coulton MP
Liberal Michael Sukkar MP
Liberal Alex Hawke MP
  • Minister for International Development and the Pacific
  • Assistant Defence Minister
Liberal Senator Richard Colbeck
Liberal David Coleman MP
National Darren Chester MP
  • Minister for Veterans and Defence Personnel
  • Deputy Leader of the House
Liberal Melissa Price MP

Assistant Ministry

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
Liberal Ben Morton MP
Liberal
(LNP)
Scott Buchholz MP
  • Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport
National Andrew Gee MP
Liberal Nola Marino MP
  • Assistant Minister for Regional Development and Territories
Liberal Senator Jane Hume
  • Assistant Minister for Superannuation, Financial Services and Financial Technology
Liberal Senator Zed Seselja
  • Assistant Minister for Finance, Charities and Electoral Matters
Liberal Senator Jonathon Duniam
  • Assistant Minister for Forestry and Fisheries
  • Assistant Minister for Regional Tourism
Liberal Jason Wood MP
  • Assistant Minister for Customs, Community Safety and Multicultural Affairs
Liberal Steve Irons MP
  • Assistant Minister for Vocational Education, Training and Apprenticeships
Liberal
(LNP)
Trevor Evans MP
  • Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management
National
(LNP)
Michelle Landry MP
  • Assistant Minister for Children and Families
Liberal
(LNP)
Luke Howarth MP
  • Assistant Minister for Community Housing, Homelessness and Community Services

See also

References

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  2. ^ "Christian Porter and Linda Reynolds are likely to lose their portfolios in a coming Cabinet reshuffle — how did we get here?". ABC News. 29 March 2021. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  3. ^ Tingle, Laura (20 March 2021). "It's been a bad week for the government's messaging —and shocking for accountability". ABC News. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  4. ^ "Second Morrison Ministry" (PDF). Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet. 30 March 2021. Archived (PDF) from the original on 30 March 2021.
  5. ^ "Scott Morrison moves Christian Porter, Linda Reynolds and Peter Dutton in Cabinet reshuffle". ABC News. 29 March 2021. Retrieved 29 March 2021.
  6. ^ "Cabinet reshuffle: Scott Morrison announces new ministry". 9News. 29 March 2021. Retrieved 29 March 2021.
  7. ^ "Current Ministry List". Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 18 January 2021.
  8. ^ "Ministry". Prime Minister of Australia. 18 December 2020. Retrieved 18 January 2021.
  9. ^ "David Littleproud returns to agriculture as Nationals change jobs in Scott Morrison's new-look frontbench". ABC News. Australia. 6 February 2020. Retrieved 6 February 2020.
  10. ^ Morrison, Scott (6 February 2020). "Press conference: Parliament House" (Interview). Parliament House, Canberra: Government of Australia. Retrieved 11 February 2020.
  11. ^ "Appointment as Minister for Finance". Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment. 30 October 2020. Retrieved 12 November 2020.
  12. ^ "Minister for Finance and Senate leadership". Prime Minister of Australia. 8 October 2020. Retrieved 12 November 2020.
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