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Today is 'Mad Friday', the most popular night for office Christmas parties. Should you be able to let your hair down at the Christmas work party, or should you be on your best behaviour?
We invited Judge Rinder to preside over the arguments for and against wild behaviour and liberated fun at your works do!
Arguing you should let your hair down is Jane Felstead - who says work parties shouldn't be taken too seriously. Jane believes that in today's culture many people make their best friends at work, therefore people should feel free to be themselves and have fun.
To the contrary, Liz Brewer says the work Christmas party is an extension of the work place - you still need to behave. She believes colleagues will lose respect for anyone making a fool out of themselves at the office bash.
What do you think? Will you be going wild tonight? Watch the full debate in the video above.
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