Two New South Wales Liberal party MPs have threatened to move to the crossbench if the premier, Gladys Berejiklian, refuses to cave to their demands for amendments on a bill to decriminalise abortion. The conservative Liberal MPs Tanya Davies and Kevin Conolly have told Berejiklian they will no longer sit in the party room if amendments to the bill are not passed. If they followed through, it would push the Liberal party into minority government less than a year after it won a slim majority against expectations at the last state election in March. ‘Not OK’: Ben Fordham criticised for asking Berejiklian whether she would have an abortion Read more The Sydney Morning Herald reports Davies told a public meeting on Monday night that she had told Berejiklian she would “separate herself from the government” if amendments including a ban on gender selection were not passed. Davies was speaking […]