One of the requirements for British citizenship is that a person satisfies the Secretary of State that they are of “good character”. But what does it mean to be of “good character”? In this short interview podcast with CJ McKinney at Free Movement, we take a closer look at the test and the most recent version of the Home Office’s policy guidance on this.
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RT @freemovementlaw: So if YOUR OWN STAFF have got this wrong and think that Europeans will suddenly be "illegal" on 1 November, how do you…
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