Brits will miss the chaos of a family Christmas, according to a new study
Brits will miss the chaos of a family get together this Christmas, according to a new study. With the country facing a socially distanced festive season, a new survey has revealed that people will miss bickering over Christmas dinner and fighting for the TV remote with loved ones - despite previously finding them irritating. The poll by Cockburn's Port revealed that the much-maligned Yuletide traditions are seen as a vital part of Christmas by 62 per cent of Brits. Cockburn's Port spokesperson Anthony Symington said: "This Christmas, families will miss out on a lot of traditions from previous ...
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Every few years, the stock market seems to be swamped by a “100-year storm.” Investors put their hands up and say “no one could have ever predicted this,” despite there being obvious clues that some sort of an event was imminent. Remember back to the 2000 internet crash when it was obvious that the tech bubble would eventually deflate. The surprise wasn’t that the bubble burst, the surprise was how closely tied consumer spending was to stock market profits. Or think back to the crash of 2008; did anyone in 2007 really question if a whole lot of subprime mortgages were going to blow up? I remem...