The Mail has decided to celebrate St George's Day by trolling it's own readers:
Not so quintessentially English! Fish and chips, polo and St George among the things that DIDN'T actually originate in Britain
Fish and chips has believed to be partly Portuguese and partly Belgian
The tea bag was accidentally invented by a New York tea merchant
Saint George himself is thought to have been born in Syria
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/artic ... z3Y8ttLEtx
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Victory, Englisc, United Kingdom, 6 hours ago
Is this the way the press celebrate St George's day with an English bashing story. Any way Happy St George's d Day. Born English by the Grace of God.
Dave the rave, Jersey
Just scoured the BBC news web site not a thing about St George's day, even though the English make up over 80% Of the population of the UK, and yet they go nuts on St Patrick's day, if anything proves the absolute anti English agenda of the BBC this does.
I've been wondering when ANY reference would be made to St George's Day and here it is tucked away in a sneering niche that DM does so well. No reference on radio, none - as far as I have seen - on any T.V channels (despite the compulsory media tax).
Flak88, London, United Kingdom
This is just another article trying to convince us we don't exist as a people and should just accept being replaced. Every single nation on earth was created by people that migrated there, all those nations are allowed to be a people, seems that we are the only country that isn't. I don't agree so will be voting UKIP.
Scot Free, England, Canada
Coming on Saint Patricks Day, an article on how Saint Patrick wasn't Irish but Welsh, oh but it doesn't work that way does it, its only 'acceptable' to bash and smear England and the English, disgusting.
TaxiDriverDave, Benidorm, Spain
HAPPY ST GEORGES DAY TO THE ONLY M1GR4NT WHO WE DONT WANT D3P0RT3D! VOTE UKIP!