Asked if he would automatically step down if investigation into trade union corruption made adverse findings against him, Labor leader says no

Bill Shorten has said he will not automatically step down as leader of the federal branch of the Labor party if the royal commission into trade union corruption makes adverse findings against him.

He also shot down a windfarm sceptic who tried to draw out the Labor leader on what she described as the “dangerous” use of the renewable energy source during an appearance on the ABC’s Q&A program on Monday night.

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Source: Guardian Environment