At long last, the British have introduced a citizenship test for foreigners who want to become British. If you want the passport, then you'll have to read Life in the UK, a special book, and sit a 45-minute test. However, and in contrast to the American one, this test seems more interested in assessing if the applicant can function without adult supervision than her/his knowledge of British society, history and culture.
Some of the questions are a bit odd, in my opinion:
See how you do here.
The exam is a "disgrace," says David Davis, the conservative shadow Home secretary. "Understanding Britain's history is crucial to understanding how our country works in practice today."
I agree with Davis.