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Of course they do. It comes right after the 3rd.
Miami Beach, FL
LOL, Yes, there is a 4th of July (just like there is 5th of July). But, they don't celebrate the holiday.
Well, Ron Climer - they have it in India, too -- except that they don't celebrate as Independence Day...
Yes, but the call it 'Thanksgiving Day."
Kidding of course.
We have more fun in the United States!
The American expats do celebrate the 4th of July.
You bet they do.
I had to laugh right along with Debbie Gartner
I believe it is just a normal day in bloody old England.
Of course...it just isn't a holiday!!
Only if they are celebrating that America has our indepence from England. So I think England is not celebrating!
of course they do. Not sure they celebrate it the same way we do though.
Yes, they do.
Technically yes, but its not a holiday or celebration of anykind just a normal Saturday.
Ron -- yes and in other countries too.
Yes they have all 31 days in England