Justice party senator’s spokesman declines to say whether announcement linked to corporate tax negotiations

A national centre to counter child exploitation and abuse will be created in the home affairs department with a $68.6m allocation in the 2018 budget.

In a joint statement on Sunday the law enforcement minister, Angus Taylor, and the home affairs minister, Peter Dutton, announced the new agency, which they said would create a hub of skills needed to disrupt, prevent and investigate exploitation.

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