‘I hope I don’t have to,’ says senator who earlier said it would be best way to settle matter of his US social security number

Derryn Hinch has back-peddled on his intention to ask the Senate to refer him to the high court next week, saying if the government thinks he is eligible to sit in parliament then he won’t bother.

The Victorian senator revealed this week he had sought legal advice about his eligibility because he has an American social security number from his time working in New York as a journalist in the 1960s and early 70s.

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