You asked: Does England have a national day?

What do the British call the 4th of July?

People in Britain often call it Treason Day

Treason Day is a term used by people in Britain to describe Independence Day. In 1776, a letter was sent to King George III in England that explained why Congress voted to declare independence from British rule.

What is the biggest holiday in the UK?

Patrick’s Day on 17 March is a bank holiday, and so is Orangemen’s Day on 12 July which commemorates the Battle of Boyne. There are a total of ten bank holidays in Northern Ireland, making it the region with the most holidays in the UK.

Does the British flag look like?

The flag consists of the red cross of Saint George, patron saint of England, superimposed on the Saltire of Saint Andrew, patron saint of Scotland.

Flag of Great Britain.

Use Civil and state flag
Adopted 1707
Design Four stripes of white, horizontal, diagonal, and vertical on a blue field, with a red cross in the middle.
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