Naturalisation: Shonky poms - The Economist

Naturalisation: Shonky poms

Naturalisation: Shonky poms - The Economist
Naturalisation: Shonky poms
Published Aug 28, 2004
313 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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Do Australians speak English? Not according to the government FOREIGNERS wanting British citizenship must know English. But what if they've been speaking it all their lives? The government is in a tangle over how to apply new naturalisation...

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