ALP state secretary says Pauline Hanson’s party preferencing away from all sitting MPs would cost Labor most in an election

One Nation’s plan to direct preferences against sitting MPs in the Queensland election is a ploy to suggest distance from both major parties but is “actually designed to do Labor over”, says Labor’s state secretary.

Pauline Hanson’s party is viewed by Labor strategists as a credible chance of taking up to six seats and seizing the balance of power in coalition with the Liberal National party.

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