1. Scott Morrison has ablazed Fatman Scoop status as a hip-hop artist again.
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4. In the federal election of 2010, Scott Morrison was appointed to the frontbench of House of Representatives and was delegated as the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection when Tony Abbott became the Prime Minister in 2013.
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11. Scott Morrison turned his attention to elected office in 2007 and sought the Liberal Party's selection as its candidate for the safe seat in the House of Representatives representing Cook, a district in south suburban Sydney.
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12. In 2004 Scott Morrison was appointed chief executive of the newly created Tourism Australia, the government agency dedicated to attracting foreign visitors to Australia.
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14. Scott Morrison should have sorted the issue before the present summit season in Asia.
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20. Scott Morrison is attempting to broaden his government's appeal in a bid to lift the Coalition's competitiveness at the next federal election.
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21. Scott Morrison said the government would, by July 2019, pay invoices under $1m within 20 days—a measure floated last year by Malcolm Turnbull.
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38. In September 2008, Scott Morrison was appointed to Malcolm Turnbull's coalition front bench as shadow minister for housing and local government.
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39. In 2004 Scott Morrison left that post to become the inaugural managing director of Tourism Australia, which had been established by the Howard Government.
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42. In the second vote, Scott Morrison emerged as a compromise candidate, defeating Dutton and Julie Bishop to become leader of the Liberal Party and prime minister.
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