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Fransman's British Nationality Law, 3rd Edition

This Bloomsbury Professional book is a ground-breaking and innovative work and the pre-eminent guide to British nationality and citizenship. The leading authority on British nationality law, Laurie Fransman QC, provides clear and authoritative guidance on the law concerning the meaning of British nationality, who has British nationality and how British nationality is acquired and lost. The book covers the British Overseas Territories Act 2002, the Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Act 2009 and other relevant legislation. It addresses the coalition government's nationality policies and the impact of EU law on citizenship. The author also considers the post-9/11 amendments to naturalisation requirements and the deprivation of nationality. The fully revised and updated third edition firmly establishes this text as the undisputed, definitive work on British nationality law and a 'must-have' reference source for all those involved in nationality and related immigration and human rights issues. As no new primary legislation is being considered for the foreseeable future, this is the ideal time to invest in this essential resource, which will be indispensable for years to come.

"Having described the second edition of this book as a 'Bible' in the New Law Journal at the time, I have tried to search for another superlative term, and the best I can think of is to call it an authoritative treatise par excellence of British nationality law...we are now presented with a most comprehensive textbook on the subject... that will surely endure for a long time!" Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law, 2011

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Laurie Fransman Q.C.

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