The only British colonial subjects who have right of abode in the UK come from Caucasian-majority colonies (Gibraltar & Falklands)
Right to enter the United Kingdom freely and without being subject to immigration control.
The right to enter and stay in the UK, free from immigration controls. All British Citizens have the right of abode. So do some Commonwealth Citizens. The right of abode is evidenced either by having a British Citizen passport or by obtaining a Certificate of Entitlement to the right of abode.
The right of abode refers to an individual's freedom from immigration control in a particular country. A person who has the right of abode in a country does not need permission from the government to enter the country and can live and work there without restriction.
Right of Abode is a status under United Kingdom immigration laws that gives an unrestricted right to live in the United Kingdom. It was introduced by the Immigration Act 1971.