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Federal transport and infrastructure minister Barnaby Joyce could be relegated to the backbench within days as drama swirls in Canberra over his admitted affair with former staffer Vikki Campion.
Joyce, who is married with four children but separated with his wife last December, has been heavily criticised after news broke last week that Campion – who used to work in his office – had become pregnant with his child.
Joyce’s wife, Natalie, told the media last week their marriage had broken up due to Barnaby’s long-term relationship with Campion.
The transport and infrastructure minister, who is the leader of the Nationals and deputy PM, addressed the media outside Parliament on February 13.
“I’d like to say to Natalie how deeply sorry I am, to my girls how deeply sorry I am,” he said. “
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