Scott Ryan says Robb was obeying the rules when he was paid by Chinese-owned Landbridge a day before resigning as an MP

The special minister of state, Scott Ryan, has defended former trade minister Andrew Robb who took a contract with Chinese-owned Landbridge, a day before he left office, saying politicians need to work after parliament.

Ryan said the ministerial code of conduct said former ministers should not lobby, advocate or have meetings with members of the government or public service on any matter on which they have dealt with in the previous 18 months.

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