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Analysis: Barnaby's loss of moral authority has Nationals' dogs barking

  • Tue, 13 Feb 2018 10:49
The scandal surrounding Barnaby Joyce's personal life has shattered his mystique. Now seen by his Nationals colleagues as a philanderer who cheated on his wife of 24 years, he has lost moral authority, writes political editor Andrew Probyn. Top Stories

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