We have come to the end of the road, at least as far as the citizenship hearings are concerned.
And what have we learned?
A lot. But was has been made clear? That’s an entirely different question.
We won’t know anything for sure until the court hands down its decision, and we don’t know when that will be.
But I thank you for joining me on this wild ride. You have all made what could have been three days of hell more than bearable with your insights, jokes and takes on what was being put forward.
A massive thank you to Paul Karp as well for his assistance. His final wrap will be up later this afternoon.
I’ll catch you again for Politics Live on Monday, when parliament resumes as normal and will bring you the result from this case as soon as it drops. Catch me on twitter on the mean time – @amyremeikis
And please have a lovely weekend.
The court has adjourned.
The chief justice, Susan Kiefel, has brought proceedings to a close. She says the court is aware of the need for a speedy decision, but “it is not always possible to do so immediately”.
Walker says once you know of your citizenship, “you should get rid of it” and if you can’t, you “run the gauntlet” to take reasonable steps.
But you can only do that if you know, he says.
But Walker has a few things to say about why Nash and Joyce are different from Roberts. He is again talking about the differences in the cases between those who were born in Australia and those who were not.
Walker says the right of an Australian citizenship should not be affected or “gutted” by foreign citizenship.
One of those rights, being, presumably, the right to stand for and sit in parliament.
Again, I would suggest there is a way to stop that, to just…