Happy Trafalgar Day.
Trafalgar Day is the day on which the English Admiral Nelson led an English fleet to victory over the French and Spanish navy which was gearing up to invade England.
Lord Nelson's rallying "cry" (using those semaphore flag things) was "England expects every man to do his duty".
65% of the crew on the Victory were English, so was Nelson. There were 2 Scottish captains. Most of the crew were press ganged into service from the Merchant Navy, not fighting for their country.
With so many clues, why does everyone (government, navy, BBC, etc.) insist on claiming this as a British victory?