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Fraser Anning: Australian politician
William Fraser Anning is an Australian politician who has been a senator for Queensland since 10 November 2017. Third on the One Nation list in the 2016 Federal Election, he was elected to the Senate after a special recount was triggered by the removal of One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts. Anning chose not to join One Nation in the Senate, sitting instead as an independent until June 2018, when he joined Katter's Australian Party (KAP) as its first senator. Anning was expelled by Bob Katter’s Party in October 2018 for his views on race and immigration. Anning sat again as an independent, until registration of Fraser Anning's Conservative National Party was granted in April 2019. He failed to get re-elected to the Senate in the 2019 Federal Election, when standing under his own party’s banner. His term will end on 30 June 2019.

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Fraser Anning has written to the Queen asking her not rescind honour from robot sex expert

Fraser Anning, whose term as a Queensland senator expires this Sunday, has written to the Queen asking her not to rescind an Order of Australia honour on Adrian Cheok, who ran for his political party..
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Fraser Anning candidate given Queen's birthday honour says party's leader is not a racist

Professor Adrian Cheok, who was awarded an Order of Australia medal on Monday, says Fraser Anning is not a racist.
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'Egg Boy' Will Connolly donates $100,000 to help Christchurch mosque attack survivors

Australian teenager Will Connolly, who became an internet sensation for smashing an egg on Fraser Anning's head, has donated $100,000 to help those affected by the terror attacks in Christchurch.
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Alt-right Facebook memes pushed anti-Labor message

Alt-right Facebook groups working with Fraser Anning's staff and others produced fake news, racist memes and messages liked or shared more than a million times during the election.
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Migrant groups hopeful for new dialogue after Fraser Anning's political demise

Australia's multicultural communities are hopeful they can work with the government more productively to build a harmonious community, now controversial politicians like Fraser Anning will no longer be..
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Fraser Anning out as Jacqui Lambie and Malcolm Roberts return to Senate

The Senate crossbench looks likely to be less diverse but a couple of familiar faces are set to return to the upper house.
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Sydney man denies assaulting photographer after Fraser Anning conference

A Sydney man has pleaded not guilty to intimidating a reporter and assaulting a photographer after a Fraser Anning press conference in Sydney.
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Outrage as Fraser Anning uses image of grieving Muslim family on Facebook post

Senator Fraser Anning has been heavily criticised for an anti-Muslim Facebook post featuring a Muslim family whose 19-month-old daughter went missing.
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Syd press conference fight 'distressing'

A photographer who was allegedly assaulted after a Fraser Anning press conference in Sydney has said the media shouldn't be attacked for doing their job.
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Anning candidate admits to bankruptcy

A candidate for Fraser Anning's Conservative National Party has admitted on a form to being ineligible to run for parliament.
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Fraser Anning supporter charged with assault and intimidation following altercation with media

The 19-year-old has been charged by police after a scuffle at Senator Anning's press conference.
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Man charged following scuffle with media at Fraser Anning press conference

The 19-year-old has been charged by police after a scuffle at Senator Anning's press conference.
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Liberal Party to preference Anning last

Senior Liberal Party figure Mathias Cormann has confirmed far-right senator Fraser Anning's party will be preferenced last in almost all seats.
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Bendigo set for far-right electoral showdown

One Nation and Fraser Anning's Conservatives to face off in Bendigo next month
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Fraser Anning faces SA protest

Senator Fraser Anning is recruiting candidates for for his new party but his presence in Adelaide has drawn a small group of protesters
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'Egg Boy' and Senator Fraser Anning both avoid charges over scuffle

Teenager Will Connolly and Senator Fraser Anning have both avoided criminal charges over last month's egg-smashing scuffle in Melbourne.
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Caution for 'Egg Boy' over Anning scuffle

Teenager Will Connolly and Senator Fraser Anning have both avoided criminal charges over last month's egg-smashing scuffle in Melbourne.
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No charges over 'egg boy' incident

'Egg boy' and Senator Fraser Anning have both avoided criminal charges over last month's egging incident in Melbourne.
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Behind Fraser Anning's new party name

The Australian Electoral Commission has registered Fraser Anning's Conservative National Party ahead of the federal election.
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Senate censures Fraser Anning over 'shameful' Christchurch mosque attack comments

A censure motion against Independent senator Fraser Anning has passed the Senate without a single vote against it.
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Senate censures 'pathetic' Fraser Anning

The Senate has censured Queensland senator Fraser Anning for divisive comments after the Christchurch massacres.
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Fraser Anning censured over 'pathetic, shameful' Christchurch comments

A censure motion against Independent senator Fraser Anning has passed the Senate without a single vote against it.
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Parliament to censure 'divisive' Anning

The Senate is set to pass a censure motion condemning Queensland senator Fraser Anning for divisive comments after the Christchurch massacres.
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Watch: Senate live

The Senate is expected to formally censure Queensland Senator Fraser Anning today over comments he made in relation to the Christchurch terror attack.
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Watch: The Senate moves to censure Fraser Anning

The Senate is expected to formally censure Queensland Senator Fraser Anning today over comments he made in relation to the Christchurch terror attack.
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Senator cops spray for NZ massacre comment

Queensland senator Fraser Anning has been savaged by cabinet minister Simon Birmingham ahead of a censure motion set to pass parliament.
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Anning in firing line from new FB ban

Facebook suggested a Senate censure of Fraser Anning could help inform its new, harder stance against white nationalism and separatism content.
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Anning uses public funds for private meeting in Adelaide

Senator Fraser Anning used taxpayer funds to fly to a private business meeting in Adelaide last year in a bid to avert bankruptcy proceedings that could have ended his parliamentary career.
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'Egg boy' speaks out about Fraser Anning attack

A teenager dubbed 'Egg Boy' after he smashed an egg on Senator Fraser Anning's head has admitted it was wrong despite disagreeing with the politician's words.
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'Egg boy' admits that Anning attack wasn't the right thing to do

A teenager dubbed 'Egg Boy' after he smashed an egg on Senator Fraser Anning's head has admitted it was wrong despite disagreeing with the politician's words.
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Anning aide's far-right links scrutinised

Home Affairs boss Michael Pezzullo will look into claims a departmental staffer on leave while he works for Fraser Anning holds extremist views.
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'If he has any dignity left, he should resign': Anning petition tops 1.3 million

A petition calling for the senator to be dumped over his anti-Muslim comments about the Christchurch attacks has been presented to the Greens to table in Parliament.
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Man behind 1.3 million-strong petition to oust Fraser Anning says he should step down

A petition calling for the senator to be dumped over his anti-Muslim comments about the Christchurch attacks has been presented to the Greens to table in Parliament.
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Fraser Anning spent most taxpayers' money on family travel last year

The far-right Queensland senator charged taxpayers nearly $35,000 to fly his family around the country - more than any other MP.
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Victoria denounces Anning for terror words

Victoria's parliament has condemned Queensland Senator Fraser Anning's comments made after the New Zealand terror attack.
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Victoria condemns Anning in wake of terror

Victoria's parliament has condemned Queensland Senator Fraser Anning's comments made after the New Zealand terror attack.
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Anning 'Egg Boy' released without charge

Victoria Police have questioned and released the teen dubbed "Egg Boy", pending further investigations, after he smashed an egg on Senator Fraser Anning's head.
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'Egg Boy' won't take action against Anning

Greens leader Richard Di Natale has called on the coalition and Labor to support the suspension of Queensland senator Fraser Anning from parliament.
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Greens push to boot Anning from parliament

Greens leader Richard Di Natale has called on the coalition and Labor to support the suspension of Queensland senator Fraser Anning from parliament.
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Charge Anning over striking #Eggboy and drive him from Parliament

#Eggboy’s sin is as nothing to the damage done by Anning with his comments.
The Age - Published

Indonesia condemns Anning comments on Christchurch terror attack

Australia's neighbour - and the largest Muslim country in the world - has condemned Senator Fraser Anning's comments that linked the deadly Christchurch terror attack to Muslim immigration.
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How Fraser Anning ended up in parliament

Queensland senator Fraser Anning joined the federal parliament after his One Nation colleague Malcolm Roberts was found ineligible to have been elected.
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Anning defends Christchurch comments

Federal Senator Fraser Anning continues to be outspoken about migration after the Christchurch massacre.
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Dutton says Greens 'just as bad' as Fraser Anning for Christchurch comments

The prime minister and other politicians joined religious leaders on Sunday to show a united front against hate speech, but some say political rhetoric is part of the problem.
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