UK Immigration Law
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If you hold a full UK passport as a result of your father’s holding UK citizenship otherwise than by descent (so that his citizenship was permitted to pass to you) and your passport is still valid (ie not expired) then you have the same rights of enter to the UK as any other UK citizen.
This means that that you can enter the UK when you like and may remain in the as long as you like.
You would be free to work in the UK aswell, just by showing your passport. Obviously, you would not qualify for a state pension because in order for a person to do so they must have 30 qualifying years in order to obtain one.
As far as entry is concerned though you will be fine.
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