PM toughens the Coalition’s line against Pauline Hanson’s party as he aims to promote community harmony

Scott Morrison has ruled out a preference deal with One Nation, toughening the Coalition’s line against the far-right nationalist party in the wake of the Christchurch terrorist attack.

The comments follow a speech by the prime minister on Monday denouncing racism and “tribalism” and urging Australians to “disagree better”, as the government aims to promote community harmony despite its own record of divisive comments regarding asylum seekers.

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