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Migrants are paying fixers to help them cheat in citizenship tests to win the right to stay in Britain.
Undercover footage shows how lax security lets criminals feed their ‘customers’ the right answers via tiny earpieces.
Scam - BBC - London - News - String
The scam, exposed by BBC London News, is the latest in a string of frauds designed to help migrants pass the much-maligned Life In The UK test.
Critics of security at test centres say elaborate schemes may have allowed thousands to fraudulently win British citizenship.
Migrant - Worker - Panic - Country - Brexit
One migrant worker said panic over being kicked out of the country after Brexit led her to cheat.
One in four applicants fail the test, which covers topics ranging from the constitution and medieval history to art and sport.
Exposé - Broadcast - Tonight - Reporter - Meets
In the exposé, broadcast tonight, an undercover reporter meets with Abdul Reza Masud, director of the Ideal Learning Academy in east London. Instead of offering tuition to pass the test, Masud is seen asking the reporter for £2,000 to help him cheat.
Handed a tiny earpiece, the undercover reporter is not searched before he sits the multiple-choice test in a west London centre. Once inside, he is allowed to choose whether he reads the questions, or listens to them via headphones....
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