Nationals’ Darren Chester ‘uncomfortable’ about MPs being paid for interviews following Joyce’s reported $150,000 fee

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Barnaby Joyce can no longer complain about his privacy being invaded after reportedly accepting a $150,000 payment for a tell-all interview, said the man dumped from the frontbench by the former Nationals leader.

Darren Chester said his former boss had lost any right to demand privacy after Joyce and his partner, Vikki Campion, reportedly accepted the six-figure sum to talk about their relationship and new family on air. Network Seven won a bidding war with rival Nine for the interview.

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