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We were drunk: One Nation's gun lobby tape

SBS Tuesday, 26 March 2019
Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Labor leader Bill Shorten have condemned One Nation over reports the party sought donations from the US gun lobby the NRA.
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News video: Australia's One Nation Party Accused Of Seeking NRA Contributions To Weaken Gun Laws

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According to a report by Reuters, Australia's nationalist One Nation party allegedly sought millions of dollars from the US gun lobby and discussed weakening the country's strict gun control laws with the US National Rifle Association. Al Jazeera secretly filmed top officials from Pauline Hanson’s...

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