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The Patron Saint of England was a Roman soldier born in Greece in 280AD and died on the 23rd April 303AD.
Stories of his strength and courage spread through out Europe. He was a devout Christian who refused to give up his faith even when tortured -
The British celebrate his life on the 23rd April every year.
Should 23rd April be recognised as a public bank holiday in England?