Opposition Leader Bill Shorten (pictured) has written to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, calling for bipartisanship on establishing a national anti-corruption watchdog - something Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi says is unnecessary.
Mr Shorten says the body will help restore Australian's 'trust in parliament' and ensure a 'renewed confidence' in politicians.
But Senator Bernardi has told Paul Murray Live on Sky News he thinks the proposal for a federal Independent Commission Against Corruption is fraught with problems.
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