Hanson jets to London amid One Nation woes

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has left party woes behind on a trip to the UK and France

Pauline Hanson has flown to London on a parliamentary delegation as her One Nation party implodes.

Days after accusing her colleague Brian Burston of stabbing her in the back and demanding he quit, Senator Hanson has arrived for a five-day trip to the UK and France.

"I'm not discussing what's happening in Australia,'' she told News Corp in London on Sunday, local time.

Senator Hanson is hoping to meet with Tommy Robinson, a prominent far-right activist in Britain, who has been jailed for contempt of court after live-streaming outside a criminal trial in violation of reporting restrictions.

"I support you and I hope I can get to see you and bring the messages from the Australian people to you, because I can tell you, you're not alone," the senator said in a video posted to social media.