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About May Day Bank Holiday
May 1st is celebrated as May Day. It is a public Holiday. In many countries, May Day is also known as International Workers' Day, Labour Day or Labor Day. International Workers' Day, commemorates the historic struggle of working people throughout the world and to celebrate the economic and social achievements of workers that resulted from efforts of the labour union movement. May Day, often refers to the labor celebrations conducted on May 1 that celebrate the fight for the eight hour day. Labor Unions brought the 8 hour work day, not to mention the concept of the weekend. The holiday has ancient origins, and it can relate to many customs that have survived into modern times. Many of these customs are due to May Day being a cross-quarter day, meaning that (in the Northern Hemisphere where it is almost exclusively celebrated) it falls approximately halfway between the spring equinox and summer solstice.
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