Browse social media on St George's Day and it's more than likely that at some point someone will be bemoaning the fact that England pays less attention to its patron saint compared to the people of Wales, Scotland and particularly Ireland.
Perhaps they'll blame it on political correctness, perhaps they'll blame it on multiculturalism, immigration or even "cultural Marxism".
Here are a few things about St George that most historians believe to be true:
He was born in Turkey
His father was a Roman and his mother was from Palestine
He grew up in what is now the mixed Jewish-Arab city of Lod
His most famous act (when the legend claims he killed a dragon) happened in Lebanon
Which means he was working abroad - a migrant, if you like
He's now the patron saint of England, Georgia, Malta, Portugal and Romania