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Liberal National Party of Queensland

Political party in Queensland, Australia

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The Liberal National Party of Queensland (LNP) is a centre-right 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 in opposition to the Australian Labor Party. 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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LNP senator says Australia's immigration policies like 'over stocking' paddocks

Queensland LNP senator Gerard Rennick has used his maiden speech to call for Australia's immigration levels to be slashed.
SBS - Published

LNP senator makes splash with first speech

Queensland LNP senator Gerard Rennick has signalled his maverick tendencies in his first speech, which called for reforms across a wide range of policy areas.
SBS - Published

LNP talks up battle ahead of next Qld poll

The Liberal National Party is warming up for what it says will be a tough fight to secure government in Queensland next year.
SBS - Published

LNP faces uphill battle at next state poll

Despite the Queensland handing victory to the Morrison government in May, the LNP remains the underdog in next year's state election.
SBS - Published

LNP rules out deals ahead of Qld 2020 poll

Deb Frecklington says the Liberal National Party will not be making deals with minor outfits in its bid to win the 2020 election in Queensland.
SBS - Published

Royalty freeze, building fund under LNP

Queensland Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington will make her official budget reply address in parliament on Thursday.
SBS - Published

Nationals MPs push for nuclear inquiry

Queensland Nationals MPs Keith Pitt and James McGrath will reportedly try to create a parliamentary committee to investigate using nuclear energy.
SBS - Published

Qld LNP wants Trad 'extortion' probe

Queensland's opposition party has asked the corruption watchdog to investigate the deputy premier for possible extortion.
SBS - Published

Labor has a problem and it's name is Pauline

It used to be said that Pauline Hanson's One Nation was a threat to the LNP. Not anymore.
The Age - Published

Dumped LNP senator urges Vote 1 for him

Long-serving Queensland LNP senator Ian Macdonald, who has been pushed to an unwinnable position, has issued his own how-to-vote cards putting him first.
SBS - Published

Qld surgeon seeks apology over MP claims

A Brisbane surgeon being investigated by health officials over claims of professional misconduct wants the LNP MP who made the allegations public to apologise.
SBS - Published

Jetsetting MP 'settled down': Nats leader

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack says he was concerned with Queensland Nationals MP George Christensen's overseas travel, which has now stopped.
SBS - Published

Rise Up draw first on NSW Senate ballot

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.
SBS - Published

Shorten sharpens jobs pitch in north Qld

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.
SBS - Published

Labor lashes LNP Senate hopeful over tax

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.
SBS - Published

Christensen refers own expenses for review

Queensland Nationals MP George Christensen has referred his travel expenses for review after charging taxpayers $3000 for connecting flights to the Philippines.
SBS - Published

LNP pick Bell to replace Steven Ciobo

The LNP has chosen marketing expert Angie Bell as their candidate to replace Steven Ciobo in Queensland's safe seat of Moncrieff.
SBS - Published

LNP looks for new candidate for Moncrieff

The LNP will elect a new candidate for the blue-ribbon seat of Moncrieff after Steven Ciobo's retirement from politics.
SBS - Published

Jail time for Qld's road ragers

Queensland drivers involved in road rage incidents against other motorists face jail under new laws proposed by the Liberal National Party.
SBS - Published

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