FFFP: Offensive Dolls, British Citizenship Test, Financial Fair Play

Nothing Seems Appropriate

15-04-2023 • 58 mins

Welcome back! In today's show, we start by talking about Essex pub, The White Hart Inn and their display of offensive golly dolls. We move on to our much-loved quiz, this time focusing on questions from the British Citizenship test. Anyone wanting to become a British citizen has to pass this test with a score of 75% or higher and despite resembling a bad pub quiz it’s supposed to ensure that applicants have a basic understanding of life in the UK (it also costs £50 to take). Play along and see how you do.


Finally, we close out the show by discussing the concept of Financial Fair Play and its effectiveness from an Everton and West Brom perspective.


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