Home Secretary Theresa May is to introduce a stiffer and more patriotic citizenship tests for would-be migrants.
Applicants will have to recite the first verse of the English national anthem and answer questions on such cultural icons as Winston Churchill, Lord Byron, Florence Nightingale and William Shakespeare.
I presume there is or will be a Scottish version of the exam. If there isn't, the government can have this one:
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