Dutton medevac stance threatens crossbench 'cordial relationship'

By David Crowe
June 24 2019 - 12:00am

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has infuriated the federal government's potential allies in Senate negotiations over income tax cuts worth $158 billion, putting a "cordial relationship" at risk with his eagerness to repeal refugee medical transfer laws.

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