SYDNEY (Reuters) - A defection from Australia's most prominent right-wing political party, Pauline Hanson's One Nation, on Thursday robbed it of its ability to block Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's legislation, raising the prospect he can introduce tax cuts.



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