The worst offender overall was Asda, which had just four Christian cards out of 2,638 sold individually across all the stores visited – 0.15 per cent.Furthermore:
It also had the lowest proportion among multi-packs, with 13 out of 427, or 3 per cent.
Stephen Green, national director of Christian Voice, said: ‘I can’t believe this is being led by consumer demand.
'I believe there is anti-Christian prejudice in the buying departments involved.
‘There’s too much of this multicultural indoctrination and too much of an idea that if they put out Christian cards they will alienate or discriminate against or offend other faiths.
‘There’s a kind of militant atheism and nasty secularism at work in this country which is completely opposed to Christianity.’
Christmas cards emblazoned with obscenities are on sale across Britain’s High Streets.Charming.
One card showing a quintessential 50s family inside a wreath reads ‘Merry Christmas W*****’, while another depicts a pair of carol singers with the words ‘Merry F****** Christmas.’ A third says: ‘Merry Christmas You F****** F*****.’