The UK citizenship test book is full of errors and omissions, a new House of Lords report concluded.
The report added that the 'Life in the UK' handbook needs to be rewritten, and:
…matters are stated as facts which were correct at the date of publication, but which might reasonably have been expected not to be accurate for long.
According to the Telegraph, the report says the test is actually a "barrier to acquiring citizenship rather than a means of creating better citizens".
The British citizenship test was taken 125,925 times in 2016. Of those who sat it, 36 per cent failed, and according to a Freedom of Information request by Manchester Evening News, 60 per cent of people in Greater Manchester who took it, failed.
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