Morrison tells ABC he would be interested ‘if an opportunity presented itself’ days after Dutton expresses same sentiment

Liberal party conservatives Scott Morrison and Peter Dutton are positioning themselves in the event Malcolm Turnbull’s position ultimately becomes untenable, with both using Monday’s negative Newspoll milestone as a trigger to publicly express interest in the top job.

Dutton told Guardian Australia over the weekend he had ambitions to lead the Liberal party one day – a message he repeated on Monday – while Morrison used an interview on the ABC to signal he was interested in the event the party leadership fell vacant.

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