At the 1995 Queensland election the Goss Labor Government retained power with a one seat majority.
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And at the 2019 Federal election…

The Coalition's determination that the result should deliver another blow to a Labor Party still grappling with last year's unexpected federal loss has already contributed to the breakdown of the bipartisan spirit that prevailed for a time after the virus first emerged at the start of the year.

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The spectacular success of One Nation accentuated deep divisions in the political and social landscape.