John Lewis has released their Christmas Advert for 2019, with many heralding the department store's release as the start of Christmas.
Fans were introduced to Edgar, an adorable dragon who almost derails festivities in his fire-breathing excitement.
John Lewis previously teased the release after creating a mysterious Twitter account with the hashtag #ExcitableEdgar.
The @ExcitableEdgar Twitter account has already amassed more than 2,500 followers and many excited fans were quick to spot it, believing it could be a preview for the festive advert.
According to the Twitter bio, Edgar "loves all things festive. Christmas trees, Christmas food, Christmas snow, Christmas lights..."
The only tweet posted on the anonymous account was a 10-second teaser video showing a child's hand reaching to knock on a wooden door - using a knocker shaped like a gargoyle's head.
Flood warnings are still in place this week following the torrential rainfall that's hit the UK over the last few days.
The principal area of concern is the River Don around Doncaster where severe river and surface water flooding impacts are possible but not expected this Thursday and Friday.
At a news conference, Mr Farage announced he will not be standing candidates in all 600 seats, as it would result in a hung Parliament.
The former UKIP leader had faced calls to stand down Brexit Party candidates in seats where they could split the Tory vote and jeopardise the chances of Brexit.
Speaking at a rally in Hartlepool, he said the Brexit Party would not take on the 317 seats held by the Conservative Party.
Instead, they will target Labour seats and "take on the rest of the Remainer parties".
"We will stand up and we will fight them all," he said.
The Brexit Party leader said he had "genuinely tried" to form a Leave alliance with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, but had been unsuccessful.
The Tories controversially re-edited a GMB video, Tom Watson quit Labour and the Lib Dems apologised for releasing misleading leaflets.
It has indeed been another long week in the world of politics...
Piers Presses James Cleverly on the Tory party 'Doctored' video of Keir Starmer
The chairman of the Conservative party, James Cleverly, refused to apologise for his party posting a video on social media, despite being accused of 'doctoring' the video, seemingly trying to make senior Labour member, Keir Starmer, appear to struggle to answer questions on Brexit.
Starmer had in fact given a full answer during his interview with Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain.
Piers described the video as ‘fake news’, saying the Tories had “deliberately re-edited, as a party, the end of exchange to make it look like Keir Starmer didn’t answer. In fact, he answered immediately and fluidly. That is the definition of fake news.”
Cleverly responded by saying: “we edited the video, just like you edit stuff on your programme, just like everybody else, because we needed to shorten the video.”
Britain’s Got Talent winner and Chelsea Pensioner Colin Thackery told Good Morning Britain that singing for the Queen during Remembrance weekend is the “icing on the cake”.
“I’m probably more apprehensive than I was before, actually," he said of singing in front of the Queen at the Royal Albert Hall for the Chelsea Pensioner's Choir.
"I’m not sure why that is, simply the Royal family - it’s the peak, the icing on the cake!”
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Remember, tips can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these tips will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.
It's nearly time for the event of the year, the school nativity play and while most parents hope their child will land the lead role as Mary or Joseph, it's claimed that the Ox is the role to bag if you want your child to earn well in the future.