Patriotic... or just plain tacky? Pictures of some of the thousands of houses across England that are draped in the St George's Cross for the World Cup
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Not entirely sure this belongs here, as, to its credit, the Mail hasn't claimed any flags have been banned. The readers on the other hand have other ideas:
British patriot, Huddersfield, United Kingdom
It's a shame we can't do this on st. George' day isn't it!!!
UKIP and proud, UKIP land, United Kingdom
We were oppressed under the Blair regime, and not allowed to show the flag, Cameron is no better, it's the peoples army who are taking it in to their own hand, and I think all these flags, are a part of a fight against that oppression. So no DM it's not tacky, it makes me very proud,
Steve M, SE London, United Kingdom
Careful people. How long before killjoy councils go round ordering all "English" flags to taken down because it causes offence? Don't be surprised !!
bren, england, United Kingdom
Suprised they hsve not been tolf to take them all down so it does not offend anyone ! Nice to see some patriotism though
Dazza, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Now watch the pathetic council's across the UK make them take the flags down due to a pathetic excuse of health and safety, but know the real reason for offending others. Mark my words
Deano-, anywhere but here, United Kingdom
LET'S HOPE IT REALLY OFFENDS THE YOU KNOW WHO '--- LOVE IT
All seeing Eye, London
Its a shame it takes a World Cup for it to be 'acceptable' for England to be patriotic. Sure there will be someone out there who will be outraged, but still its good to see the St George's flag being paraded with pride! If nothing else its one in the eye for anti-British left wing in this country and also a big two fingers up to the EU who hates the very idea of national identify! Come on England!