FULL LIST: Key Morrison allies demoted as Peter Dutton unveils shadow ministry
Updated: Jun 7, 2022
The announcement came just over 2 weeks since the Coalition's election loss.
Opposition Leader Peter Dutton has unveiled the new shadow ministry, just over 2 weeks after the Coalition’s election loss.
Speaking at a press conference alongside Nationals leader David Littleproud, Mr Dutton announced who would take over key roles - including defence (formerly held by him) and Treasurer (formerly held by Josh Frydenberg).
These are all the shadow ministerial portfolios set to be held:
Peter Dutton - Liberal leader & Opposition Leader
Sussan Ley - Deputy Liberal leader, Skills, Industry, Training, Small and Family Business & Women
Alan Tudge - Education
Andrew Hastie - Defence
Angie Bell - Early Childhood Education & Youth
Angus Taylor - Shadow Treasurer
Anne Ruston - Sport, Health, Aged Care & Manager of Opposition Business in the Senate
Claire Chandler - Foreign Affairs*
Dan Tehan - Immigration & Citizenship
Dean Smith - Competition, Charities & Treasury*
Hollie Hughes - Climate Change & Energy*
Gavin Pearce - Health, Aged Care & Indigenous Health Services*
James McGrath - Assistant Minister to the Leader of the Opposition, Finance*
James Patterson - Cyber Security & Countering Foreign Interference
Jane Hume - Finance, Public Service & Special Minister of State
Jason Wood - Community Safety, Migrant Services & Multicultural Affairs
Jonathon Duniam - Environment, Fisheries & Forestry
Julian Leeser - Shadow Attorney-General & Indigenous Affairs
Karen Andrews - Home Affairs, Child Protection & the Prevention of Family Violence
Luke Howarth - Defence Industry & Defence Personnel
Marise Payne - Shadow Cabinet Secretary
Melissa McIntosh - Mental Health & Suicide Prevention*
Michael Sukkar - Social Services, NDIS, Housing & Homelessness
Michaelia Cash - Deputy Opposition Leader in the Senate, Employment & Workplace Relations
Nola Marino - Education*
Paul Fletcher - Science, the Digital Economy and Government Services & Manager of Opposition Business in the House
Phillip Thompson - Defence*
Rick Wilson - Assistant Minister for Trade*
Sarah Henderson - Communications
Simon Birmingham - Foreign Affairs
Stuart Robert - Financial Services & Shadow Assistant Treasurer*
Ted O'Brien - Climate Change & Energy
Tony Pasin - Infrastructure & Transport*
David Littleproud - Nationals leader & Agriculture
Perin Davey - Deputy Nationals leader, Water Resources & Emergency Management
Andrew Gee - Regional Health, Regional Education, Regional Development, Local Government & Territories
Anne Webster - Regional Development*
Barnaby Joyce - Veterans’ Affairs
Bridget McKenzie - Leader of the Nationals in the Senate, Infrastructure, Transport & Regional Development
Kevin Hogan - Trade & Tourism
Michael McCormack - International Development & the Pacific
Michelle Landry - Manufacturing*
Pat Conaghan - Social Services & Prevention of Family Violence*
Susan McDonald - Resources & Northern Australia
* = Assistant Shadow Ministers
(Lists include members of the LNP who sit in respective party rooms).
Key Scott Morrison allies Alex Hawke & Stuart Robert were both demoted, with Hawke - formerly the Immigration Minister - out of the ministry entirely.
Ex-ministers Richard Colbeck, Linda Reynolds, Melissa Price and Keith Pitt also missed out.
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