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St David's Day: Should it be a National Holiday?

By Araks-Naomi Zainali St David's Day DaffodilAs Welsh citizens assemble in demonstrations of national pride and children adorn their traditional costumes, we raise the question of whether or not St David’s Day should be appointed a national holiday? Tentative proposals were initiated by the Government last spring to bring forward May Bank Holiday, so that it coincides with celebrations of the Welsh patron saint. If this idea were ever to materialise, St George’s Day would have to be conferred the same status, at considerable economic risk. Alternatively, some see the prospect of a “UK Day”, falling upon a date of historic or military significance, as a means of boosting national cohesion and co-operation. Such an occasion could also extend our traditional tourism season. Or perhaps we Brits indulge in too many gluttonous festivities as it is? Do you think that Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales should honour their individual cultural heritage, or would you like to see a day inspiring British patriotism? Whatever your opinion, we wish you a Happy St David’s Day! Liked this blog? Then feel free to click on those buttons below to share it on Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. Want to comment? All you have to do is enter your comment, then your name and email into Disqus and press register. That’s it!

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