Palmer United Party Queensland leader and candidate for Callide, John Bjelke-Petersen, has today questioned the amount of taxpayer money the Newman government is spending on advertising ahead of the next state election.
In January 2014, Senator Jacqui Lambie at the instigation of failed former LNP Queensland Member of Parliament, Rob Messenger, supported the establishment of the Australian Defence Veterans Party (Lambie Party).
The Palmer United Party’s parliamentary party has voted to remove Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie from her party positions of Deputy Leader of the Senate and Deputy Whip, effective immediately, the party’s federal leader Clive Palmer says.
Federal leader of the Palmer United Party, Clive Palmer, said rational arguments rather than threats were required from Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie if she was serious about helping her party achieve the best outcomes for the ADF.
Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie has made no official approach to split from the Palmer United Party, the party’s federal leader Clive Palmer says.
“Senator Lambie hasn’t resigned. We haven’t received a resignation by mail, email or courier pigeon,’’ Mr Palmer said.
The federal leader of the Palmer United Party and Member for Fairfax, Clive Palmer, says he’s delighted the Electoral Commission Queensland (ECQ) has approved the registration of the Palmer United Party ahead of the coming state election.
Media release The Palmer United Party will field candidates in all eight electoral regions of the Victorian Legislative Council (VLC) in the upcoming state election, the party’s federal leader Clive Palmer has announced.