Gypsies were once thought by "native" Britons to have come from Egypt due to their darker skin.
Although the native Britons mostly kept their land, they were subject to the Roman governors.
It is not known why they adopted this practice, but it may be from the practices of the native Britons.
It has also been suggested that some of the Anglo-Saxons may have adopted the practice from native Britons.
They would have fought the native Britons who would fight, and enslaved those that could neither fight nor run, probably subdueing the area quickly.
Some members were dressed as native Britons and others as Roman matrons.
The native Britons had converted to Christianity under Roman rule.
These Scoto-Irish people replaced the native Britons and became the dominant inhabitants for hundreds of years.
The level of financial support is minuscule and the welfare state is so inadequate it hardly offers protection for native Britons, let alone asylum seekers.
Before the arrival of the Romans, the native Britons had been skilled at many kinds of crafts.