Former PM says colleagues’ complaints about his expenses part of ‘nasty games’ that are making it harder for the government to get its message across

Tony Abbott has criticised his colleagues for anonymously complaining to the media about his travel expenses, saying they are making it hard for the government to gets its message across.

The member for Warringah has written to the Herald Sun to complain about a story that he incurred a travel bill last year worth more than $120,000 after spending “more than nine weeks jetsetting outside his Sydney electorate”.

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