The 'Wrecking Ball' singer will show Britain how to twerk in May next year
He looks familiar. Belongs in a dining room, doesn’t he?
This medieval Belgian city provides the perfect setting for Christmas markets and other festive activities, says Katy Guest
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There's no harm in letting your children believe Santa's real, right? Wrong, says Jake Wallis Simons in the Telegraph.
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Santa Claus allegedly told children in his grotto 'I'm not real, it's your mum and dad'
Running in support of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, 2,000 people dressed as Father Christmas sprinted along the promenade at Southsea, Hampshire, in the winter sunshine yesterday.
Barack Obama must channel his visible anguish to tighten America's gun laws
Birdwatchers in for a treat as waxwings arrive in numbers not seen for more than 40 years
A talking cuddly electronic pet is the toy most wanted by children this Christmas, judging by the letters posted to Santa Claus.
Lorraine Kelly "screamed like a girl" as she rode a zip wire to promote a Christmas charity campaign to thank troops serving around the world.
They are big business - but this year stallholders have been accused of putting cash before seasonal cheer by opening too early
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While he liked to remain faithful to the source material, he also gave his directors creative freedom