Future work: universal basic income is redundant

By Simon Cowan
Updated November 16 2018 - 8:49pm, first published November 14 2017 - 2:33pm

Despite its recent troubles with the eligibility of Senate candidates at federal level, One Nation looks like it will secure significant political influence in the upcoming Queensland election. It's clear Queensland has a significant number of voters looking for an alternative voice. Not only did One Nation secure two Queensland senate seats at the 2016 federal election; in 2013 the Palmer United Party secured a lower house seat as well as a senate position.

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