CUKCCitizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies
CUKCCambridge University Karate Club (University of Cambridge; UK)
CUKCCanada-United Kingdom Colloquium (annual event)
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Those in the category of Citizenship of the United Kingdom and Colonies (CUKCs)18 had the right to reside in the UK only if they, their husband (if female), their parents, or their grandparents were connected to the UK and Islands (the UK, Channel Islands and the Isles of Man).
This concept of 'Partiality' was seen only as a temporary measure; therefore the British government began preparing for a major reform of the law.19The British Nationality Act of 1981 abolished the ambiguous status of CUKCs which was now replaced by three categories of citizenship, applicable from January 1, 1983:
The 1948 British Nationality Act distinguished between citizens of the United Kingdom and colonies (CUKC) and Commonwealth citizens, but Commonwealth citizens, as British subjects, maintained the right to enter British territory freely and retained access to all citizen rights and privileges, including voting.