This is a quiz about a book I have not read (since I was born damn close to the sound of Bow Bells).
Therefore my score of 5 is not important.
Take question 1:
to be British means you should…
A: “Respect laws, the elected political structures, traditional values of mutual tolerance and respect for rights and mutual concern.”
B: “Share in the history and culture of an island nation with a character moulded by many different peoples over more than two thousand years.”
C: “be part of a modern European democracy, one with a tradition of sharing our ways with the world – and allowing the world to bring its ways to us.”
Any of these are sensible answers. I knew the Romans brought decent roads, baths and aqueducts here over 2000 years ago. I know we are in the EU and I eat curry. But that doesn’t get me any marks!
So I am starting my own thread:
Can you pass an Anglophile test?
See you there!