Bill Shorten says position of named public servants after robodebt royal commission report is 'difficult'

Adrian Rollins
Updated July 10 2023 - 4:29pm, first published 12:40pm

The cloud over the future of former Department of Human Services secretary Kathryn Campbell is getting darker after a senior government minister said those who have had adverse findings made against them by the Robodebt royal commission "become difficult for the government".

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Adrian Rollins

Adrian Rollins


Adrian Rollins is economics correspondent for the Canberra Times

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