Dozens of former judges urge Scott Morrison to set up anti-corruption watchdog

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Open letter comes as Labor goads PM to declare his position on creating a national integrity commission

Dozens of former judges have heaped further pressure on the prime minister, Scott Morrison, to establish a federal anti-corruption watchdog.

In an open letter, 32 former judges have told Morrison a national integrity commission is needed to restore trust among Australians in the nation’s democracy.

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