According to The Australian Financial Review, Scott Morrison has pledged the "new generation" of leadership will heal the party, the Parliament and the nation, after he emerged from an ugly internal brawl as Australia's 30th prime minister and its fifth in as many years.
Former Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg is the new deputy Liberal leader and succeeds Mr Morrison as Treasurer.
In a blow to conservatives who sided with Peter Dutton in a move to oust Malcolm Turnbull, Mr Morrison won the final ballot by 45 votes to 40.
He immediately signalled no major shifts in policy, but was open to some changes, and he was conciliatory towards Mr Dutton and the conservatives in general.
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