‘No record’: Julie Bishop confronting questions over Jimmy Choo boots disclosure

The apportion contingency finish a form, insert justification of a gift’s value, and hang a personal coupon or income sequence to a Collector of Public Monies.

Evidence supposing to a Senate suggests Ms Bishop has not paid any disproportion in a value of a Aboriginal imitation boots and a $300 limit.

“The Department of a Prime Minister and Cabinet has no record of a above equipment being announced as central gifts over a acceptable limit,” a new estimates request notes.

“Declarations of central gifts that are over a acceptable extent are a matter for particular ministers.”

Asked for justification of a value of a shoes, what stairs had been taken to settle their value, and to yield any explanation of payment, a mouthpiece for Ms Bishop said: “Julie Bishop MP has complied with a mandate of a register of members’ interests.”

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