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Anthony Albanese, Peter Dutton: Video of Albo shutting down Minister

Anthony Albanese has lashed out at Peter Dutton during a fiery question time - before Peter Dutton bit back.  

The Labor leader was firing up at claims by Prime Minister Scott Morrison that his party did a 'deal' with the Greens on the carbon tax.

Mr Dutton then approached as Mr Albanese was starting to speak, igniting an angered response from the opposition leader. 

'Sit down - sit down boofhead,' a scowling Mr Albanese spat at the defence minister.  

Anthony Albanese has lashed out at Peter Dutton in a fiery question time on Tuesday afternoon where the two traded barbs and insults

Speaker Andrew Wallace then ordered Mr Dutton to sit down, where he continued to shout about Mr Albanese having a 'glass jaw'. 

'If there was a standing order on glass jaws he would be in order,' the leader of the house fired back, with Barnaby Joyce laughing hysterically in the background. 

Mr Dutton then returned to his seat but continued to shout 'glass jaw' across parliament whenever Mr Albanese was speaking. 

Speaker Andrew Wallace then ordered Mr Dutton to sit down, where he continued to shout about Mr Albanese having a 'glass jaw'

Labor MP Luke Gosling then asks Mr Morrison about his willingness to introduce an anti-corruption commission and whether it would investigate a minister granting visas to immigrants working for them as au pairs.

'They don’t want an integrity commission, Mr Speaker, they just want to engage in the slurs,' the prime minister responded.

'Criminal corrupt conduct is the sort of conduct, Mr Speaker, that sent the former minister Ian MacDonald, Mr Speaker, to prison, which the leader of the opposition was a keen supporter of his.'

Mr Albanese was enraged again, demanding Mr Morrison withdraw from the stand.

Meanwhile in the Senate, Greens MP Sarah Hanson-Young accused members of the Coalition of 'growling' at independent Jacqui Lambie while she addressed the room on Tuesday afternoon.

Meanwhile in the Senate, Greens MP Sarah Hanson-Young accused members of the Coalition of 'growling' at independent Jacqui Lambie

Ms Lambie was speaking of the Liberals' failure to institute public housing in her home state of Tasmania, before Ms Hanson-Young took the stand.

'I don't think it's appropriate given what has been handed down today, to have growling and dog noises coming from this side of the chamber while this woman is on her feet,' she said.

'It happened, I don't know who is responsible for it, but it is inappopriate.'

'I don't think it's appropriate given what has been handed down today, to have growling and dog noises coming from this side of the chamber while this woman is on her feet,' she said

Senator Penny Wong then stood up to interrupt the speaker, saying she also heard it.

'I would suggest one of the senators at that end to with, at least fess up. Gee you're tough aren't you,' she said.

'You're happy to sit over there but not happy to take responsibility.'