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Passports

Volume 82: debated on Monday 8 July 1985

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department if any limitations are imposed on the issue of British passports to applicants whose British nationality status falls outside the definitions of British citizenship, British dependent territories' citizenship and British overseas citizenship.

No. Passports issued to other British nationals—British subjects and British protected persons — have the same period of validity as those issued to British citizens and are valid for travel to all countries.