Let's face it, there's nothing very English about St George. He was a Lebanese economic migrant who took advantage of a Europe-wide shortage of dragon-killers at the time.
No, St Edmund remains my true English patron saint. For a start he was a Wuffinga, son of King Aethelweard, and an Anglian to his bones - which at least he had, unlike that foul rogue of a Dane, Ivar the Boneless, who killed him. Despite having no bones.
It was Edmund's banner, not George's, that was carried at Agincourt, despite the later propaganda by the Bard.
No, let's oust the middle eastern immigrant from our national Pantheon and reinstate England's true patron saint - I give you St Edmund!