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Pop star Craig David has switched on the Oxford Street Christmas lights in front of thousands of revelers.Read the full story ›
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Some four million people from the UK are expected to travel abroad during the Christmas and new year period, according to a travel organisation.
The Association of British Travel Agents is predicting December 18, December 23 and December 30 will be the busiest travel dates.
Many airports are expecting an increase in passenger numbers from December 18 to January 2 compared to last year, with 900,000 departing from Gatwick and 500,000 from Stansted Some 600,000 will fly out of Heathrow between December 19-25.
Two men have been been charged with theft from a motor vehicle after Christmas presents were reported stolen. Anthony Ross, 20, of no fixed abode and Tony Parfett, 43, of North Street, London, E13, were remanded in custody, to appear before magistrates on Boxing Day.
A union has branded as "disgraceful" the timing of an announcement that nearly 3,000 workers are facing redundancies over the holidays.
The RMT demanded "urgent talks" with Business Secretary Vince Cable after it was revealed on Christmas Day that parcel delivery group City Link had gone into administration.
City Link, which has 2,727 employees, has operations at Kangley Bridge Road, Eastbury Road and Deer Park Road. The company, with 2,727 employees, called in administrators from professional services firm EY after years of "substantial losses".
The Coventry-based company now expects numerous redundancies after no buyer could be found to bail it out.
A number of staff will be retained to help return parcels to customers and help with winding down the company, EY said.
Customers who had placed parcels with the company on Christmas Eve and intended recipients who have been notified of a failed or pending delivery are urged to retrieve their parcels as soon as possible on or after December 29.
As people across London celebrate Christmas, Micah Community Church share their Christian beliefs of the special day.Read the full story ›
Mr Tilsley from ChristChurch London explains the significance behind the festive season and how it is celebrated by Christian communities.Read the full story ›