PM refuses to guarantee he will release inquiry into what his office knew about former staffer’s rape allegation
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is refusing to guarantee he will release an inquiry into what his office knew about former staffer Brittany Higgins’s allegation she was raped in a ministerial office.
- Scott Morrison says he’s yet to decide if he will release an investigation into his office
- Labor and the Greens are demanding he make the findings public
- Mr Morrison also announced that a review into the Coalition’s culture will be rolled into a broader inquiry
The Secretary of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Phil Gaetjens, is investigating which staff in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) were aware of the assault allegation.
Ms Higgins will meet with police tomorrow to detail her allegations of being raped inside then-defence industry minister Linda Reynolds’s office by…