The former leader of the Labor Party, Mark Latham (pictured), has joined One Nation and will run for the Upper House of the New South Wales Parliament.
Speaking on Alan Jones' 2GB radio program this morning with One Nation leader Pauline Hanson, Mr Latham said he was putting his hand up because he believed NSW voters needed a third choice - Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi says he suspects Mr Latham will win.
Mr Latham identified immigration, congestion, over-development and electricity prices as some of the issues he would use to campaign.
But Mr Latham also hit out against "political correctness" and "divisive identity politics"..
Senator Bernardi has told Paul Murray Live on Sky News that those issues aren't being addressed by the major parties - however, political continuity takes more than words.
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