How Peter Dutton is making himself irrelevant

Labor's first fortnight in power has been marked by a significant win — a successful agreement to pass a bill that would see a 43 per cent emissions reduction target become law.
That agreement was made entirely without the opposition, with Peter Dutton effectively removing his party from negotiations at the beginning of the week.
So what is the Coalition’s strategy, when it comes to climate, or to just being in opposition?
Today, columnist for The Saturday Paper Paul Bongiorno on what Dutton is telling his party room, and the divisions already becoming apparent in the Coalition. 
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Guest: Columnist for The Saturday Paper, Paul Bongiorno.