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Boris Johnson get criticism for celebrating One Britain One Nation Day

Critics assumed the flag-waving felt "un-British" and ridiculed the government for launching "weird made-up rituals".

Boris Johnson get criticism for celebrating One Britain One Nation Day

The government and Boris Johnson is getting criticism and ridicule after schoolchildren sing a fantastic patriotic song in between classes. The Department for Education stated that it promotes schools to celebrate One Britain One Nation Day which possibly happen on June 25.

Boris Johnson get criticism for celebrating One Britain One Nation Day

Celebrating the events, they should sing a song named the “OBON Day Anthem 2021”. It finishes with children frequently singing “Strong Britain, Great Nation”.

“We are Britain and we have one dream, to unite all people in one great team” also includes in the chorus. There is a hint to territorial extension suggestive of Land of Hope and Glory on the song in “widened our island’s shores”.

One Britain One Nation Day is ridiculous?

Critics assumed the flag-waving felt “un-British” and ridiculed the government for launching “weird made-up rituals”.

Daisy Cooper, the Liberal Democrats education spokesperson, said that the UK Prime Minister has a barmy brainwashing event with children sing a ridiculous song without any history or tradition. She also claimed that it feels like the most un-British ceremony of Britain ever.

How One Britain One Nation Day happen

The Department for Education made a statement that it was “promising schools across the UK to mark One Britain One Nation Day on June 25. This is the moment children can discover about our given values of tolerance, kindness, pride and respect“.

The event is made by One Britain One Nation. The group claimed the song was written by schoolchildren in Bradford. The campaign was started by former policeman Kash Singh and those backing it include actress Joanna Lumley, Conservative peer Norman Tebbit, and Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis.

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