Asian postmaster takes immigration stand by banning customers who can’t speak English
There’s a huge Union Flag flying proudly outside Deva Kumarasiri’s house and it’s been there so long the edges are tattered and torn.
Nearby, another one flutters from the back of his favourite Land Rover as he drives to work as the local cornershop postmaster.
In case it’s not immediately clear, the Sri Lankan born father of two - who fulfilled a dream to come this country 17 years ago and took citizenship to make his life here - is proud to be British.
So proud, in fact, that he’s insisting all his fellow immigrants embrace our culture and pride with the same enthusiasm as he does.