The question "what does it mean to be a citizen"? hás no simple answer.on a purely-definition based description ,what it means to be a citizen is that a person is a legally recognized inhabitant of the country he or she lives in. in the UK,this means the person paus taxes and is e
ntitled to the help of the benefits and NHS sistems. However,in practice,answering the questionar " what does it mean to be a citizen?" is far from easy.As new rules and tests for people wanting British citizenship show,being a citizen is about far more than a legal status.It is about understanding and accepting and being a part of the culture ,rather than an observer from the outside.
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