Fri 27 June 2014, The Independent

Iceland parents told children cannot be called Harriet or Duncan because they are not government approved names

By Heather Saul
Authorities in Iceland have told a couple they will not renew their 10-year-old daughter’s passport on the grounds that she is called Harriet – which is not on a government approved list of names.
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