Senate inquiry into Pyne and Bishop jobs sparks standoff with department boss
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Senate committee chair will demand Martin Parkinson attend, but the head of the PM&C says he wouldn’t add anything ‘worthwhile’

Australia’s most senior public servant is refusing to appear before an inquiry into Christopher Pyne and Julie Bishop’s controversial new corporate jobs, saying it would not be “worthwhile” for him to give any further evidence.

The stance of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet secretary, Martin Parkinson, has prompted stern words from the Senate committee...

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