Prime minister Scott Morrison has appointed his new ministry, rewarding MPs who supported him in last week’s Liberal leadership spill and moving to placate conservative rivals.

Deputy Liberal leader Josh Frydenberg has been appointed treasurer, while Marise Payne has taken over as foreign affairs minister and Christopher Pyne has taken the defence portfolio. Unsuccessful leadership contender Peter Dutton remains home affairs minister, but the immigration portfolio has been split from the super-ministry and given to New South Wales MP David Coleman …

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