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Australia'A lot to offer': Latham joins One Nation

00:08  07 november  2018
00:08  07 november  2018 Source:   9news.com.au

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joining forces with Pauline Hanson's embattled One Nation - but says he's already fielded offers Mark Latham 'considering all options' after being approached to join One Nation Mr Latham said the offer was 'very flattering' and claimed a 'non-denial, denial' who grew up in working class south-west Sydney, told Sunrise the offer to join her right-wing

As Mark Latham keeps everyone guessing about a return to politics,Pauline Hanson reckons he could be a suitable leadership contender for One Nation in future. Pauline Hanson has opened the door to former Labor leader Mark Latham becoming a future leader of One Nation , should he decide to join

'A lot to offer': Latham joins One Nation© AAP Former Labor leader Mark Latham is joining Pauline Hanson's One Nation, and will lead the party at the New South Wales election in March. Former Labor leader Mark Latham is joining Pauline Hanson's One Nation, and will lead the party at the New South Wales election in March.

Mr Latham told the Today Show he will run for the Upper House on a platform to ease Sydney's over-population and congestion.

"Labor and the Coalition have got the same policies," Mr Latham told the Today Show.

"It's important to give people a third choice."

Mr Latham, who led Labor to a heavy defeat against John Howard at the 2004 federal election, and Ms Hanson, dismissed suggestions they won't be able to work together.

"Mark is the state leader. I'm the federal leader," Ms Hanson said.

"The state needs strong leadership. He knows about the state. I'm not going to interfere in the state.

"This is about the party moving forward. About working as a team.

"We're both strong, independent people. He has a lot to offer."

Mr Latham briefly joined the Liberal Democrats, but teamed up with One Nation during the Longman by-election, voicing robo calls to voters.

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