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Three South Australian ministers quit cabinet amid expenses scandal – The Guardian

Stephan Knoll and Tim Whetstone resign over allowances scandal, while David Ridgway leaves in response to reshuffle

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Two South Australian ministers have quit over an allowances scandal and a third has stepped down, forcing premier Steven Marshall into a major cabinet reshuffle amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Th transport minister, Stephan Knoll, and the primary industries minister Tim Whetstone tendered their resignations on Sunday after wrongly claiming accommodation allowances available to country-based MPs.
The premier, Steven Marshall, said the trade minister, David Ridgway, would also leave the ministry …

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