In a controversial political career spanning more than 20 years, Australian anti-migrant firebrand Pauline Hanson has experienced numerous highs and lows, but her latest descent has cast doubt on her long-term future.
Following a run of seemingly endless and vicious infighting, Ms Hanson's far-right One Nation party, which campaigned on an anti-Islam and anti-free trade platform, has disintegrated in spectacular fashion.
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