Scott Morrison will argue his government needs to return to the principles of the Menzies era in his first major speech as prime minister - something welcomed by the Conservative Party, but with reservations, given the Prime Minister's history.
Channel 9 reports, Mr Morrison will deliver the address in the NSW border town of Albury on Thursday, outlining the beliefs that guide his "new generation" government.
He will tell the audience at the Menzies Research Centre forum that the coalition government needs to "return to its roots".
Energy Minister Angus Taylor, a conservative who backed Peter Dutton in last month's leadership spill, said the Liberal Party can unify after what he described as a bruising couple of weeks.
"It's not something I would ever like to be part of again in any way shape or form, it's no fun, this stuff," he told Sky News.
"I did feel there needed to be a shift in the policies and priorities of the government."
Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi has told 2GB's Luke Grant, what Mr Morrison needs to do is clear.
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