Question time in federal parliament

PM Scott Morrison says Joe Hockey and Helloworld CEO Andrew Burnes did not discuss the DFAT tender.
PM Scott Morrison says Joe Hockey and Helloworld CEO Andrew Burnes did not discuss the DFAT tender.

WHAT WE LEARNED

* The gender pay gap is at a record 14.2 per cent.

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WHAT THE GOVERNMENT WANTED TO SPIN

The coalition is united on creating jobs and protecting borders.

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WHAT LABOR WANTED TO TALK ABOUT

A new "age of entitlement" has engulfed the Liberal Party.

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WHAT THEY SAID

"Hockey owes me." - Labor frontbencher Jim Chalmers quotes a former Helloworld travel service manager.

"At no time has ambassador (Joe) Hockey or Helloworld CEO Andrew Burnes discussed the DFAT tender." - Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

"They really over-egged the omelette." - Leader of the House Christopher Pyne on Labor.

"My mere presence gets them very excited." - Pyne.

"This is a Liberal government of the donors, by the donors, for the donors" - Labor leader Bill Shorten.

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TWEETED

@TimWattsMP #chumgate doesn't pass the sniff test

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