PM backs federal tilt by Gladys

ROME: Prime Minister Scott Morrison has dismissed widespread criticism of former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s evidence at the Independent Commission Against Corruption in Sydney yesterday and has again urged her to be his Liberal candidate in the federal seat of Warringah on Sydney’s North Shore.

“The PM definitely still wants to see Ms Berekiklian parachuted into the once blue-ribbon Liberal seat that was held for a long time by former PM Tony Abbott,” an aide told The Bug overnight.

“She just won’t have a parachute on, that’s all.

“Mr Morrison is keen to have her on the ground as soon as possible.”

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CANBERRA: Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s The Plan to Deliver Net Zero The Australian Way, has been shortlisted for The Miles Franklin Literary Award.

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SYDNEY: Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott is considering suing the Morrison government for theft of “unintellectual property”.

“It’s blatant plagueiarism (sic) as far as I can see,” the former Member for Warringah (pictured left, below with a friend) said: “It’s exactly the same useless, ineffective policy I concocted years ago to do fuck-all about climate change that we all knew even back then was crap and remains total crap today.”