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Look who's in the House: Hanson sets tongues wagging

One Nation state leader Steve Dickson with Pauline Hanson at Parliment House last night. Pic: Marc Robertson
One Nation state leader Steve Dickson with Pauline Hanson at Parliment House last night. Pic: Marc Robertson

ONE Nation Leader Pauline Hanson set tongues wagging in Queensland Parliament last night after she shared dinner in the members' dining hall.

Ms Hanson was with staffer James Ashby and LNP defector turned One Nation state leader Steve Dickson.

A spokesman for Ms Hanson said the trio were joined by former brewing giant Bernie Power, who took the fight up to CUB and XXXX in the 1980s with his Power's Brewing company.

Steve Dickson, Pauline Hanson and James Ashby at Parliment House. Picture: Marc Robertson
Steve Dickson, Pauline Hanson and James Ashby at Parliment House. Picture: Marc Robertson

Within minutes of Ms Hanson's arrival, word had spread throughout Parliament, with many keeping a keen eye on her movements.

The visit was Ms Hanson's first to Queensland Parliament since 1998, when One Nation enjoyed record success at the state election.

More on this at The Courier-Mail

Topics:  one nation pauline hanson steve dickson

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