The Nats who can decide Joyce's future
Victorian Nationals MP Andrew Broad wants Barnaby Joyce benched, after revelations about his affair with an office staffer. But what does the party room think?
Joyce insists he isn't moving, labelling calls to oust him a "witch-hunt" and urging the media to "move on".
The senator who became Joyce's deputy in December is sticking by her leader, offering a "rolled gold guarantee" he will remain in the position.
The first-term MP, appointed agriculture minister at Joyce's insistence in December, has urged those agitating against the leader to "put up or shut up".
The NT senator, who was interim parliamentary leader when Joyce was contesting the by-election, has backed the leader to remain and says reports about Joyce's affair are the biggest beat-up he's seen.
The former chief-of-staff to Joyce, Canavan was also caught up in the revelations after he employed Ms Campion.
In a car-crash television interview, the NSW Nationals MP and leadership contender refused six times to support Joyce as leader, relying on the phrase "at the moment" before saying "of course" he supported him.
The former infrastructure minister was dumped in the December reshuffle, losing his portfolio to Joyce, seen by some as a rebuke from the leader.
The now-backbencher from Queensland was also dumped from his trade responsibilities in the reshuffle and has been laying low since the Joyce reports surfaced.
The outspoken MP and former party whip has backed his leader and says he continues to have the support of the party room.
Drum has also slotted in behind his leader and insists he understood Joyce's affair with Ms Campion was over when she moved to work in his office.
The outspoken Queenslander supports Joyce, saying he's one of the best politicians the country has had in his lifetime. Do you "shoot your best horse because he jumped the fence and was found in the neighbour's paddock".
The Victorian MP says Joyce must go to the backbench and will take a motion to colleagues on Monday when parliament resumes.
The Queensland backbencher believes the ball is in Joyce's court, but something needs to be resolved.
The fellow Queenslander admits there are obviously people concerned about the crisis but just as many, if not more, are supportive of Joyce.
The party's whip has been publicly standing by her leader and won't support a change.
One of the first to warn any revelations about the misuse of public money would mean trouble for Joyce, but has expressed confidence in him.
The NSW MP says he hasn't been approached by anyone talking about a Joyce challenge.
The former minister believes Joyce needs to work through his issues, but the coalition can move on with him at the helm.
The backbencher, who is facing his own High Court fight about questions over his eligibility, says he supports Joyce.
The NSW MP has no doubt Joyce is feeling very bruised, but has talked up the job he has done leading the party.
The NSW MP has said he has "no comment" on Joyce's future.
Issued a statement saying Joyce had lost their support because of the "ongoing damage" he is doing to the party.