Okay - what was the meeting on Monday about - party room meeting? Can't he still be sacked by his own party at a meeting?A spill won't take place while the Senate isn't sitting, particularly since there are a number of Parliamentary/Senate Committees sitting outside the National Capital for the next week or so.Andrew Broad fires the first shot to depose Barnaby:There is a growing likelihood of a spill on Monday, I think the sensible thing for Banaby to do would be to agree to go to the back-bench - at least for a while. The problem is that he's become used to the power and authority of being Deputy PM and Infrastructure Minister (whatever that means) and he will not go quietly.
Now even a Nationals MP is calling on Barnaby Joyce to resign
Anyway, all the in ether given he's now quit.