Senator Parry waits for advice on whether he is British

Hayden Johnson
By Hayden Johnson
Updated October 31 2017 - 7:52am, first published 4:44am
Senate President Stephen Parry has sought advice from the British Home office in relation to his British citizenship status.

What we know

  • Tasmania’s highest-ranking Liberal believes he may be a British citizen by descent 
  • He has sought advice from the British Home office, and will resign if he is found to be British
  • Senator Parry – elected to the Senate in 2004 – would be the first Liberal and first Tasmanian to become embroiled in the citizenship crisis that has claimed five politicians 

I might be British: Senate President Parry 

Tasmanian Liberal Senator and President of the Senate, Stephen Parry, believes he could be a British citizen and may need to resign.

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