You know the one. It haunts us in our sleep. It echoes round the chambers of our mind in the shower, while making lunch, while trying to hang out with friends.
It angered the whole of social media when the Department of Education suggested schools could celebrate it to display patriotism for Britain and made people accuse the organisers of seeming ‘fascist’ or at the very least ‘Brexitish’.
Anyway, today is the day schools are meant to sing it and think about how great Britain is, for whatever reason. But we thought the lyrics, written by well-meaning children in Bradford, could do with a bit of reworking.
So we gave it a go:
We are Britain and we have one dream,
To unite all people in one great team (but two metres apart please)