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Sunday 8 January 2017, 6:30am
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Monday 2 January 2017, 6:30am
It's been a fun run-up yet again this year, albeit a noticeably dialled-back one due to... well, you probably know why! As life changes and gets more complex, hopefully you can depend on us to give you an escape from life's challenges year after year. Christmas forms a handy milestone for us all to focus on the positives in life, and please join us again in July as we look forwards to Christmas 2017. In the meantime, have a happy, peaceful New Year, and remember to join us when it all kicks off again next year! From myself, Linus, and Nick in Ops, thank you for following us, sending us tips, and generally being wonderful company as we share the joy of the Christmas run-up together. We wouldn't keep doing this if it wasn't for you :)
Saturday 31 December 2016, 7:26am
KingOfChristmas #1: It's Very.co.uk! Imaginative, innovative and full of heart, they are the new Kings Of Christmas!
Saturday 31 December 2016, 7:25am
So with John Lewis dropping away, who is the new King Of Christmas? They've been pretty hot over recent years...
Saturday 31 December 2016, 7:24am
KingOfChristmas #2: A non-mover now as M&S show consistency year after year. Here's 2013's fairytale epic.
Saturday 31 December 2016, 7:23am
KingOfChristmas #3: Newly rebranded Sky Cinema are up three places. Here's their first movie mash-up from 2011.
Saturday 31 December 2016, 7:22am
KingOfChristmas #4: John Lewis are down three places from the top spot as they lose their mojo. Can they recover?
Saturday 31 December 2016, 7:21am
KingOfChristmas #5: Sainsburys' epics are back on form as they go up four places. Here's 2014's "Christmas Is For Sharing".
Saturday 31 December 2016, 7:20am
KingOfChristmas #6: Down two is Argos, as they lose marks by rejigging last year's winter sports-based ad.
Saturday 31 December 2016, 7:19am
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