Labor leader Anthony Albanese has rejected assertions race is behind its questions over embattled MP Gladys Liu as she faces fresh scrutiny.
Labor leader Anthony Albanese says race has nothing to do with his party's criticism of Liberal MP Gladys Liu's handling of her China connections, as the embattled MP confronts new questions over political donations.
The Chisolm MP is facing fresh scrutiny after the Herald Sun reported she failed to declare a $39,675 donation to the Victorian Liberal Party three years ago.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has labelled criticism of Ms Liu’s alleged ties to Chinese government-linked organisations as a “smear on Chinese Australians".
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