Does England have a fourth of July?

Does England have a fourth of July?

America does, but does England?

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Parabolic
well, everyone has a Fourth of July, but not an independence day like America does
on August 07, 2014
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Elleyd
Yes, it doesn't go 3rd to 5th xD But no it's America's Independence Day.
on August 06, 2014
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Fearless
England calls it "finally we got rid of them day"
personguything
the king wanted to keep us because he wanted more land
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on September 18
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Nightcat
XD lol
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on August 07, 2014
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on August 06, 2014
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StormTheFox
England does have 4th of July, and 5th and 6th too.
on August 06, 2014
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ILiveInAPineapple
They do it's probably not Independence Day for then though. It's probably just a normal day for them
on September 19
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neefflove
If your asking if they have an independence day i would guess no, but im not sure. like so many others of sarcastically pointed out they do have a 4th of july, but its not a holiday. (If they celebrated the 4th of july they would be celebrating the day that America succeeded from them.... i dont think they would really want to celebrate that.)
on September 18
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CaptainBandwidth
To answer your question yes, England does have the 4th of July, and so does the rest of the world. It's not like the calendar skips the 4th while America celebrates their independence. The 4th of July is a day where the rest of the world goes "oh crap, duck and cover!"
on September 17
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Whisker_Queer
Yes they have a day- but not the holiday like Americans do- The 4th in America is a celebration of freedom from Great Britian during the Revolutionary War.
on June 09, 2015
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EyelessIngrid
on December 16, 2014
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Nightcat
Nope. It's a normal July day. We set fireworks on Bonfire night, 5th November.
Nightcat
I think England's always been independent...... we just got invaded a lot. Romans, Vikings, Anglo Saxons, Normans......
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personguything
Duh, this is a dumb question, of course they have it, it's just not celebrated, they rather just forgot about it
on September 18
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bananamangrill
Oml why do people say England? SCOTLAND WALES AND IRELAND IS THERE TOO, YA KNOW. SAY BRITAINNNN xD
on October 01, 2015
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mikus_chibi_neko
For years ago (before I moved to America),we didn't celebrate in my home town, and my friend vacationed there when she was 15 and no forth of July. It must be an American only thing. :/
on October 01, 2015
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RoseHeart
Fourth of July is a kinda Independence Day so I don't think that England has it but I am not a hundred percent sure
on August 06, 2014
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