But Chris Enright from the Roc rejected claims he started probe to help the senator discredit Shorten

The union watchdog official who launched an investigation into the AWU “assumed” Michaelia Cash had a political agenda when she sent him two “referral” letters about the alleged misuse of union funds, a court has heard.

But Chris Enright, the executive director of the Registered Organisations Commission (the Roc), rejected claims he started the probe to help Cash discredit the Labor leader, Bill Shorten, who was the union’s boss when it donated to the activist group GetUp.

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