Joint Committee on Human Rights report: Proposal for a draft British Nationality Act 1981 (Remedial) Order

Joint Committee on Human Rights

It cannot be right in principle that entitlement to British nationality still varies according to whether it is one’s mother or one’s father who is British, or whether one’s parents are married or not. 

This is from the May 2018  report from the Joint Committee on Human Rights which examines the Government’s proposed Remedial Order to amend the British Nationality Act of 1981.