Christian Porter has identified himself as the Cabinet minister who is facing a historical rape allegation.
Key points: Christian Porter says he will not stand down as Australia's Attorney-General.
"I can say categorically that what has been put in various forms in allegations, simply did not happen," an emotional Mr Porter said.
An anonymous letter sent to the Prime Minister had accused Mr Porter of raping a woman in Sydney in 1988, long before he entered politics.
On Tuesday, New South Wales Police said there was "insufficient admissible evidence" to investigate, and that the case was now closed.
Watch Duration: 55 seconds 55 s Christian Porter says he will not stand down as Attorney-General.
Mr Porter said he spoke with Mr Morrison on that day, and said he retained the Prime Minister's "full backing". »