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British Citizenship

Question for Home Office

UIN 181065, tabled on 14 April 2021

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many people in (a) Northern Ireland and (b) Great Britain have been (i) granted and (ii) refused renunciation of their British citizenship in each of the last 10 years.

Answered on

19 April 2021

The Home Office publishes UK data on renunciations of British Nationality in the ‘Immigration Statistics Quarterly Release’.

Data on grants and refusals for renunciations of British Nationality are published in table Cit_05 of the Citizenship summary tables, year ending December 2020 ( dataset. The latest data relates to year ending December 2020.

The Home Office does not hold data on renunciations of British Nationality by location or country of residence, and so a breakdown of the data is not available for separate nations of the UK.

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