The four women tipped for conflict over deputy liberal leadership

There are currently talks of four liberal women who could potentially raise their hands for deputy leadership of the party.

There will most likely not be a quadruple contest once the official vote is finally out.

The potential contenders are Senators Jane Hume and Anne Ruston, as well as MPs Karen Andrews and Sussan Ley.

It comes as Dickson MP Peter Dutton is likely to become the next leader of the federal Liberal Party.

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