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Australia's 'resentment politics'

In the 1990s, Australia's mainstream parties had to contend with the emergence of Pauline Hanson and her One Nation party - which wrapped itself in the Australian flag and exploited fears of Asian immigration. Correspondent Nick Bryant finds out whether there are any historical lessons to be learned, as concern from many mainstream politicians in the UK about the British National Party increases.

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