The three simple questions that EU citizens will have to answer if they wish to stay in Britain after Brexit have been revealed.

A Home Office official, who wished to remain anonymous, said that the three questions would be:

  • Who won the World Cup in 1966?
  • Who won the Second World War?
  • How many runs did Sir Ian Botham score in Test cricket?

“Applicants will be required to verify their identity and nationality,” said the official.

“If they answer the three questions correctly, they will be granted ‘settled status’.”

Sajid Javid said that the scheme was very straightforward and nothing could possibly go wrong.

“The civil servants who worked on the Windrush project are involved, so they are very experienced,” said the Home Secretary.

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