st george's day
The ten things you need to know on Tuesday 23 April 2013... 1) 'YOU'VE GOT TO SPEND MONEY' Ahead of this Thursday's potentially
8."In left-wing circles it is always felt that there is something slightly disgraceful in being an Englishman, and that it
Johnson: 'Celebrate the very best of what England has to offer' But why has England's saint been so ignored? Reasons abound
George, patron saint of England, lends his name to the country's flag and is celebrated every year (by some more than others
This picture of St George is clearly not as simple and straightforward as far-right groups such as the English Defence League (EDL) and its offshoots would like to make out when they march up and down waving the Cross of St George.
This St George's Day we - 22 very different faith organisations, plus anti-racist groups - are reclaiming St George, plus people of different ethnicities and different religions (even the Welsh!). St George does not belong to extremists.
St George's Day is traditionally celebrated in the pub, with punters dressed in a plethora of England flags, decked in red
Singe (Dragon's Lair): Dragon's Lair was a classic but controversial game, for while it featured groundbreaking animation
The hijab should be as welcome as "bangers and mash" in England, a coalition of religious groups and campaigners have said
The patron saint of England (and Georgia, Egypt, Bulgaria, Aragon, Catalonia, Romania, Ethiopia, Greece, India, Iraq, Lithuania