Shadow attorney general Mark Dreyfus renews push to refer home affairs minister to high court over subsidy received for his childcare centre

Labor has renewed its attack on Peter Dutton’s eligibility to sit in parliament, citing an agreement to hire a special needs teacher as the missing piece to make a case against the home affairs minister’s interests in childcare centres.

The shadow attorney general Mark Dreyfus said on Thursday it was “extremely significant” that Dutton continues to sit in parliament while the government has a one-seat majority, arguing that he is “quite probably” ineligible.

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