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.
Amid all the commentary, opinion and narrative created by last week’s Carbon Farming Initiative (CFI) Amendment Bill announcement by Clive Palmer, Environment Minister Greg Hunt and Bernie Fraser, few column inches and little air time was given to how the ...
Federal leader of the Palmer United Party, Clive Palmer, has accused the Electoral Commission of Queensland (ECQ) of unconstitutional behaviour in ordering Palmer United Party members to confirm their membership in writing.
The Palmer United Party federal leader and Member for Fairfax, Clive Palmer, says the party will seek a Senate inquiry into the activities of the Northern Territory government following moves to scrap an independent investigation into NT political donations.
The Palmer United Party federal leader and Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer has announced local businessman Adam Marcinkowski has been endorsed as the party’s candidate for the Gold Coast seat of Gaven ahead of the next Queensland state election based ...
Media release Palmer United Party Senator Dio Wang has thrown his support behind Palmer United Party independent candidate for Charlestown, Suellen Wrightson, and called on the people of the region to break the stranglehold of the big parties at the ...
Media release Palmer United Senator for Queensland and Leader of Palmer United in the Senate, Glenn Lazarus, has just completed a series of community forums in the Bundaberg region with fruit and vegetable growers.