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01:26  18 october  2019
01:26  18 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has broken down in tears on radio host Alan Jones' morning show following a discussion about the plight of dairy farmers.

Senator Hanson was talking about her fight to introduce a code of conduct so dairy farmers can be guaranteed a sustainable farmgate price for their milk.

Senator Hanson has drawn the support of Labor and various crossbench senators, but was still opposed by the Coalition and independent Cory Bernardi.

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Pauline Hanson broke down speaking about farmers while on 2GB.© AAP Pauline Hanson broke down speaking about farmers while on 2GB.

Speaking about the plight of dairy farmers, Senator Hanson then broke down.

"Give me an opportunity to keep fighting," she told Jones on 2GB.

"I don't want these farmers to give up."

Jones then began speaking about Prime Minister Scott Morrison's comments about farmers yesterday.

When Senator Hanson began to talk again, Jones interrupted her and told her to "go and have a rest".

"She's worn out, as are the farmers."

Alan Jones wearing a suit and tie: The typically raging radio shock jock Alan Jones broke down on Tuesday evening, choking back tears as he took aim at Prime Minister Scott Morrison over his handling of the drought.© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd The typically raging radio shock jock Alan Jones broke down on Tuesday evening, choking back tears as he took aim at Prime Minister Scott Morrison over his handling of the drought.

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"I begged him to provide food, water and freight so farmers wouldn't have to send their breeding stock to slaughter. He just didn't understand," Jones said.

"Canberra had better start understanding the gravity of the situation it's not addressing.

"There must be a moratorium on bank debt. There must be help with water and electricity. Where things stand politically today is this: drought and the farmer are now a massive political issue."

Pauline Hanson sitting in a chair talking on a cell phone: Pauline Hanson has been pushing for an inquiry into the dairy industry.© Alex Ellinghausen/The Sydney Morning Herald Pauline Hanson has been pushing for an inquiry into the dairy industry.

This morning Jones suggested Mr Morrison was referring to him when he described people being "panicked" about the drought.

"I mean, a lot of people are running around at the moment getting all panicked and wanting crisis measures," the Prime Minister told 2SM yesterday.

"Well, no, look, we just need to keep our heads, keep our discipline, not go and blow the Budget."

Scott Morrison wearing glasses: PM Morrison has told Alan Jones he personally rung a farmer who broke down on 2GB yesterday. PM Morrison has told Alan Jones he personally rung a farmer who broke down on 2GB yesterday.

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One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson says she “doesn’t care who she has to work with as long as we can achieve what is best for the country and the people.” The dairy farmers “are on their knees, they can’t pay for the water, they can’t pay for the electricity’, Ms Hanson said. Ms Hanson said she intends to put up a private members bill in November saying, “I expect the government… to pass the dairy bill so it gives the farmers a fair price for their milk."“If you don’t vote for that then I’m saying there is something going on that stinks and I wonder if there is corruption,’ Ms Hanson told Sky News host Paul Murray.

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