Opposition demands Billy Gordon be gone from Parliament

CONTROVERSIAL Cook MP Billy Gordon has again come under fire in Queensland Parliament following the latest allegations against him.

Cook MP Billy Gordon
Cook MP Billy Gordon

The ABC has reported two more women have made formal complaints that Mr Gordon sent explicit images to them.
Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg said it was time for Mr Gordon to go.

He said Mr Gordon already had established issues, such as an undisclosed criminal record and revelations earlier this year of unpaid child support.

He accused Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk of not taking enough action to push Mr Gordon, who resigned from the Labor party in the wake of controversy earlier this year, out of parliament.


Topics:  billy gordon lawrence springborg politics queensland government

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