Pauline Hanson's One Nation party has been hit by another MP defection, with one of its three West Australian parliamentarians quitting to sit as an independent.
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Despite One Nation being in the headlines for all the wrong reasons over the past month, at least one candidate still thinks the party can match or even surpass its result from 2016, when it picked up four senate seats.
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A candidate for Clive Palmer's United Australia Party tried to trade favourable coverage in a regional newspaper for a slice of the party's multi-million-dollar advertising budget.
United Australia Party senator Brian Burston says businessman Clive Palmer will spend an unprecedented $60 million on the election campaign.
Brandishing a pencil as their weapon of choice, some voters will attempt to slaughter the hopes of the major parties by lodging an "up yours" on their voting ballot — but will the protest vote impact the election outcome?
Billionaire businessman and former federal MP Clive Palmer abandons his plan to contest the country's most marginal seat, instead throwing himself into the race for the Senate.
Several MPs in the Liberal Party say they are disappointed it has taken so long for the party to put One Nation behind Labor. But instead blaming Morrison, they point the finger at the Queensland LNP who they say had to be dragged kicking and screaming to this position, writes Patricia Karvelas