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Political party in Australia

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United Australia Party (2013): Political party in Australia
The United Australia Party (UAP), formerly known as the Palmer United Party (PUP), is an Australian political party formed by mining magnate Clive Palmer in April 2013 and deregistered in 2017. It was initially announced as the United Australia Party, and branded as a revival of the historic party of that name. However, it adopted the name "Palmer United Party" less than a month after its founding, to ease registration and to avoid a conflict with a similarly named party. It was revived under the original name in 2018, with ex-Pauline Hanson's One Nation senator Brian Burston representing it in parliament.

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Former Queensland Nickel employee slams potential Liberal-Palmer preference deal

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says preference deals with Clive Palmer's United Australia Party are a matter for the party executive, but says no policy deals have been done with minor parties.
SBS - Published

'No policy deals': Morrison distances himself from preference deal with Palmer

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says preference deals with Clive Palmer's United Australia Party are a matter for the party executive, but says no policy deals have been done with minor parties.
SBS - Published

Right-wing parties top Qld Senate draw

Rise Up Australia Party, Pauline Hanson's One Nation party and the United Australia Party have nabbed the top three spots in the Queensland Senate ballot.
SBS - Published

Palmer party could sway four seats: Poll

Preferences from the United Australia Party could influence the outcome of four marginal seats at the upcoming election, according to a Newspoll.
SBS - Published

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