Peter Dutton says he won't tolerate a 'moral lecture' from key Opposition MPs who have a 'history of problems' in their own personal lives.
'I think there's a frustration on the Coalition side,' the Home Affairs and Immigration Minister said, speaking on 2GB Radio.
'I think we've sat here taking a morals lecture from Bill Shorten in relation to Barnaby Joyce over the last few weeks and people know that there's a history of problems in Bill Shorten's personal life, Tony Burke's personal life.'
Mr Dutton's comments follow on from Jobs Minister Michalea Cash's outburst during a Parliamentary hearing where she threatened to name 'every young woman' from Bill Shorten's office involved in rumours circulating 'for many, many years.'
Peter Dutton has said he will not tolerate 'moral lectures' singling out Bill Shorten, pictured with wife Chloe, and Tony Burke, pictured with partner Skye Laris, both went through public separations
Tony Burke charged taxpayers $48,000 when he flew first class to Barcelona in 2009 with former staffer Skye Laris who later