A NATIONAL holiday to celebrate the traditional British mistrust of foreigners is being proposed by the government.
Communities Secretary Ruth Kelly said the holiday would fall on 22 July, the anniversary of the first episode of Till Death us Do Part, when Britain's most lovable racist entered the nation's hearts.
Kelly said: "Mistrust of all things foreign pervades every corner of our national life and it's about time the Labour Party used that to its political advantage.
"We must unleash Britain's overblown sense of national pride and spend the day making people of Asian, African, West Indian, European, South American and Antarctic origin feel thoroughly unwelcome."
Kelly also said immigrants would have the chance to "earn" British citizenship, "by working as a minimum-wage nanny for, let's say, a busy Labour cabinet minister who has a lot of kids".
Mother-of-four Kelly added: "We need to rediscover what we have in common: Hatred of Spaniards, Frenchman, Indians, Argentinians, Germans, Italians, Chinese, Koreans, Filipinos and Brazilians.
"We need to remind ourselves constantly that other countries are hellholes that have achieved nothing and that Britain is, and always will be, a country of Christian superbeings.
"By the way, I heard that David Cameron's great grandfather was a Belgian."