LNP MP Mark Robinson calls on speaker to refer MP Don Brown to Parliament's ethics committee

OODGEROO MP Mark Robinson has called for an investigation into Capalaba MP Don Brown over a flyer showing Mr Robinson with One Nation leader Pauline Hanson.

THE TWEET: Mark Robinson said that Don Brown had tweeted a doctored flyer that showed Mr Robinson with One Nation leader Pauline Hanson.

THE TWEET: Mark Robinson said that Don Brown had tweeted a doctored flyer that showed Mr Robinson with One Nation leader Pauline Hanson.

The LNP member said that Labor's Mr Brown had tweeted a doctored flyer, showing Mr Robinson and Ms Hanson with the One Nation logo.

"(It gave) the impression that I serve as a One Nation member of Parliament or at the very least its candidate," Mr Robinson said.

"I take great offence at both the tweet from the member for Capalaba and the flyer.

"If the artwork of the flyer was prepared by the member for Capalaba or his office then I believe a serious contempt, if not fraud, has been committed by the member."

Mr Brown said that Mr Robinson was "over-selling it".

"Ethics isn't involved," Mr Brown said. "All he has done is to ask the speaker to consider.

"I'll wait to see if the speaker even acts on it."

Mr Robinson said that he would write to the speaker as he thought Mr Brown should be investigated by the ethics committee.

In January 2017, Mr Robinson denied media speculation that he would defect from the LNP to One Nation.

The speculation arose as a result of a dinner meeting the previous month between Mr Robinson, Ms Hanson, her adviser James Ashby and Steve Dickson, who was an LNP MP at the time but later defected to One Nation.

Mr Robinson said at the time that he had attended the dinner in support of Mr Dickson who was a friend.