We often fume over the anti-English packaging in our big three supermarkets, and the fact that such bias is shown towards the Scots and occasionally the Welsh. Well, Scilla Cullen, of the Campaign For An English Parliament, has been finding out why. Apparently, Asda, Tesco's, Sainsbury's and the Co-op won't label thing as "English" because anti-English Scots and Welsh bigots won't buy them. These are a tiny proportion of the population and should not be pandered to in any way shape or form. But, according to England's biggest supermarket chains, "English", "England" and the St George's flag must not appear on the packaging to appease racists.
This makes the supermarkets appear to be anti-English bigots themselves.
Don't buy Tesco, Asda, Co-op or Sainsbury's if you can avoid, and boycott their "proudly marked" Scots and Welsh produce if you do have to go in.
Racism is wrong.
The anti-England/English Scots and Welsh bulldozer currently devastating several key areas of our lives, not least our politics and rights as shoppers, must be stopped.
Read the CEP's findings here.