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One Nation leader slams big business and unions partnership

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There’s been fierce debate over whether the annual immigration intake should be cut. 

One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson tells Ben Fordham when it comes to immigration, she was “speaking about it 21 years ago.”

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has suggested states deserve a say on migration levels.

Shadow Minister for Western Sydney Luke Foley raised the issue months before the Premier.

The One Nation Leader says “credit where credit is due”.

“I heard Luke Foley say this first off.

“He is exactly right.”

Today, big business and unions have announced they’ve teamed up to push back against cutting the intake.

“This big business wants it because they are going to sell more white goods, more product, housing, everything out there.”

She says the unions are in it for more “control”.

“They’re not looking after the workers in Australia.”

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