Former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce yesterday backed Mr Turnbull to remain as leader and welcomed the Government's changes on the contentious energy policy.
Hey! It must be a Tuesday, because Australia has just gone through another incredibly damaging leadership spill, this time with the potato-headed lord of the gulags Peter Dutton having a go at unseating old moneybags himself, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
All eyes this morning will be on Liberal Party MPs as they arrive to a regular meeting, where they will discuss Mr Turnbull's revamped NEG, which will no longer include a legislated 26 per cent emissions cut target.
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"It's not toxic in the party room like it was under Abbott", says one MP.
After all, it's only three years since he launched his own "spill" to oust former prime minister Tony Abbott.
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In the fallout of Peter Dutton's failed leadership bid against Malcolm Turnbull on Tuesday, social media has lit up with calls to #PutOutYourPotatoes.
Mr Dutton did not rule out a second tilt at the Liberal leadership, but said he would "respect the view of the party room" in the wake of his 48 to 35 vote defeat in today's leadership ballot. Abbott told the ABC outside Parliament House on Monday night.
Mr Turnbull had brought on the vote himself in a bid to resolve speculation that his leadership was under threat.
"I will work every day to make sure that the Coalition is elected at the next election and I want to make sure that I support the Prime Minister and make sure that we support the policies of the government".More news: Nvidia's Beefy New Graphics Card Will Cost £1099
"Mr Turnbull is truly a white flag prime minister", Mr Shorten said.