Labor leader accuses Morrison of “playing political games … in the shadow of the shocking Sri Lankan murders”

Labor has angrily rejected suggestions it dragged its feet on national security after Scott Morrison used the example of just one unlegislated bill to criticise the opposition in the aftermath of the Sri Lanka attacks.

Bill Shorten and Labor leader in the Senate, Penny Wong, said Morrison should be “ashamed of himself”, with Shorten accusing the prime minister of “playing political games … in the shadow of the shocking Sri Lankan murders”.

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