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Fact Check: Pauline Hanson says just 57 students under the age of 15 identified as transgender in the census. Is she correct?

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson introduced her Australian Education Legislation Amendment (Prohibiting the Indoctrination of Children) Bill to the Parliament. She claimed that according to the 2016 census just 57 students under the age of 15 identified a
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Fact Check: Pauline Hanson says a lot of people have been dispossessed of their lands due to the Mabo decision. Is she correct?

Arguing that Indigenous constitutional recognition would further entrench Aboriginal land rights, One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson claims that the High Court's 1992 native title decision led to many people being dispossessed of their lands.
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Fact Check: Is Pauline Hanson correct about a difference between a bank levy and bank tax?

The controversial bank levy is tax deductible: the banks will be able to claim the amount of bank levy paid as a business expense, which will reduce the amount of corporate tax they have to pay on their profits.
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Fact Check: Is Australia's population growth mostly the result of migration, and is that underpinning the budget?

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has labelled the Morrison Government's immigration-cutting agenda a "marketing ploy", and claims the budget "is built off mass migration".
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Fact Check: Have the asylum seekers on Nauru not proven themselves to be genuine refugees?

One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson claims that the asylum seekers who remain on Nauru have failed to prove they are genuine refugees, so should not come to Australia.
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Fact Check: Does halal certification fund terrorism?

One Nation founder Pauline Hanson claims that halal certification is a $3 trillion industry that funds Islamic organisations and terrorism.
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Fact Check: Did Infrastructure Australia say Queensland's Cross River Rail project is not needed until 2036?

The Leader of One Nation in Queensland, Steve Dickson, says Infrastructure Australia has said the Cross River Rail project is "not needed" until 2036.
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Phoenix? Pauline Hanson and Queensland politics

This report examines the 'resurrection' of Pauline Hanson and the One Nation Party, discussing Hanson's charismatic appeal and controversial policies in the context of populist traditions and the political party system in Queensland.
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Easytax resurrected: a look at One Nation’s economic and taxation policies

Pauline Hanson's February 2017 announcement that One Nation will again campaign for a flat-rate 2 per cent turnover tax takes her back to a policy position she first adopted nearly two decades ago.Initial analysis suggests that a shift from the current taxation mix to a...
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The Queensland origins of One Nation

In this analysis, Emeritus Professor Roger Scott and Adjunct Professor Ann Scott revisit Queensland's political history, arguing that the state has a long-standing tradition of accommodating ultra-conservative views within the political process. At times this has taken place within the dominant Country/National Party and, at...