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Liberal National Party of Queensland

Political party in Queensland, Australia

The Liberal National Party of Queensland (LNP) is a political party in Queensland, Australia. It was formed in 2008 by a merger of the Queensland divisions of the Liberal Party and the National Party. At a federal level and in most other states the two parties remain distinct and operate as a more or less permanent Coalition. The LNP is a full member of the Liberal Party of Australia, and has observer status within the National Party of Australia.

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The Liberal-Nationals coalition has placed fourth on the Senate ballot paper for NSW ahead of Labor which got the 10th position. Rise Up Australia drew first.
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Bill Shorten is honing in on industrial relations as he takes his federal election campaign to the LNP-held north Queensland marginal seats of Flynn and Dawson.
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Labor has pounced on revelations a Liberal-National Senate candidate floated cutting company tax to 12 per cent and questioned the point of child care.
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Queensland Nationals MP George Christensen has referred his travel expenses for review after charging taxpayers $3000 for connecting flights to the Philippines.
Credit: SBS - Published 1 week ago

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