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Theresa May 'planning changes to immigrant test'

Home Secretary Theresa May is reported to be planning changes to the test taken by foreign nationals who wish to become British citizens.

The Life in the United Kingdom test was introduced by Labour in 2005.

The revised version will focus less on the practicalities of daily living in Britain and require more knowledge of British history, achievements and figures such as William Shakespeare.

Ben Geoghegan reports.

  • 01 Jul 2012
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