British nationality

British nationality

for the purposes of international law, British nations include citizens of former British Dependent Territories, BRITISH OVERSEAS CITIZENS, BRITISH SUBJECTS and BRITISH-PROTECTED PERSONS.
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The Chief Justice queried whether he gave up his British nationality for good, or temporarily, to which Sarwar's counsel said that under British law, nationality can be restored.
Earlier, when the chief justice resumed hearing of the case at the Lahore Registry, PTI senator-elect Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar told the court that he renounced his British nationality in 2013.
During the course of the hearing, newly elected Senator of PTI Chaudhry Sarwar told the court that he has left the British nationality.
According to details issued to media, Sarwar applied for withdrawal of British nationality on 2 July 2013 before UK border agency, while the agency confirmed his request on 18 July 2013.
Anyone wishing to study Britain's retreat from empire would do well to study British nationality laws from 1914 onwards.
A local media outlet reported that Gull applied at the UK Home Office to renounce his British nationality a week ago following the announcement.
He appeared at the Old Bailey via video link from Wandsworth prison and spoke only to confirm his date of birth and British nationality.
They told my family my British nationality has been revoked.
I would like joint Welsh and British nationality and I would also like Ireland to be as united a nation as Wales is and to also work in partnership with Scotland and England through its own national government as strongly as Wales does.
Police arrested Tamalt, a freelance journalist with dual Algerian and British nationality, near his parents' house in Algiers.
He said Altaf Hussain is a British nationality holder and used British communication system to address his people and incite them to violence.
Its report will say: "Acquiring British nationality is tougher than ever.

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