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Sequel to hit film Frozen is 'on the way'

Could Elsa be heading back to our screens Credit: Disney

Could there be a sequel on the way to hit Disney film Frozen?

Well according to the voice of Elsa - actress Idina Menzel - Frozen 2 is currently in the development and could hit our screens soon.

The star who sang the film's big song Let It Go appeared to confirm the news in a video interview with The Telegraph.

The Daily Express reports that Menzel said that a musical based on Frozen is also in the pipeline.

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Warning over Black Friday traffic chaos

Traffic volumes around the Bicester area have returned to normal levels after heavy traffic because of Black Friday,

There have been ongoing problems around the Bicester Village shopping outlet,

Bicester Village spokeswoman Miranda Markham said: “If you are considering travelling to Bicester Village, we would recommend you travel after the rush hour peak.

“Bicester Village will be open until midnight.”

Thames Valley Police is asking the public stuck in traffic not to contact police on 101 for general updates.

Regular updates will be given through local radio and Twitter, via the Roads Policing account @tvprp.

Overseas bargains can be a taxing purchase - read this before you buy

If you buy goods over the internet or by mail order from outside the EU, you will have to pay VAT if the value of the package is over £15. Above that limit it will attract the full VAT rate on the full item value, not just the value above the allowance.

Since 1 April 2012, all mail order imports from the Channel Islands are subject to VAT regardless of their value.

If someone sends you a gift from outside the EU, import VAT will only be due if the package is valued at over £36. To qualify as a gift, the item must be sent from one private individual to another, with no money changing hands. If the value exceeds £36, VAT will be calculated on the full item value, not just the value above the allowance.

If the goods are over £135 in value, customs duty may also be due, although this will depend on what they are and where they have been sent from. Where the actual amount of duty due is less than £9, this will not be charged.

Excise duty is always due on all alcohol and tobacco products purchased online or by mail order.

Arriving in the UK by commercial sea or air transport from a non-EU country, you can bring in up to £390 worth of goods for personal use without paying customs duty or VAT (excluding tobacco and alcohol, which have separate allowances). Arriving by other means, including by private plane or boat for pleasure purposes, you can bring in goods up to the value of £270. Above these allowances and up to £630, there is a duty flat rate of 2.5%.

Detailed information on the non-EU limits for alcohol and tobacco products can be found on HMRC’s website at http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/customs/arriving/arrivingnoneu.htm

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