Markets Ending: London/Hyde Park Winter Wonderland, London/Clapham Common
Monday 1 January 2018, 5:58am
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Markets Ending: Edinburgh, Liverpool, Swansea
Sunday 7 January 2018, 5:58am
This is becoming a tradition! Here's some pics of the abandoned London from Christmas morning.
Friday 5 January 2018, 3:10pm
Markets Ending: Bournemouth
Thursday 4 January 2018, 5:58am
Markets Ending: London/Hyde Park Winter Wonderland, London/Clapham Common
Monday 1 January 2018, 5:58am
Final 2017 Watchlist:
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Sunday 31 December 2017, 2:46pm
And that’s it! Time to walk off into the sunset as the year comes to an end.

Thank you so much for following us throughout 2017, and for sending us your links, comments, and liking and sharing our social media posts. This was our most popular year, according to our social media stats - we’ve got a good thing going here, and life dramas aside, we’ll be back in the Summer of 2018 for the Christmas 2018 press shows.

We enjoy putting together the run-up so much - we’d be fools to stop now :)

We hope you and your loved ones have a safe, healthy New Year -- LinusJ & NickH
Sunday 31 December 2017, 6:10am
So, there's still hope for John Lewis' salvation - IF they put in a really good Christmas advert for 2018. They need to bring back humanity into their festive ads, because most of their recent ones just haven't really connected with us. And with eight brands on three appearances, there is all to play for next year.
Sunday 31 December 2017, 6:09am
KingOfXmas #1: M&S (up 1, 5 appearances, 21 points)

They've had their duds (X-Factor tie-in, anyone?) but M&S truly are the masters of magic. Here's 2014's "Christmas Magic and Sparkle".
Sunday 31 December 2017, 6:08am
KingOfXmas #2: Sky Cinema (up 1, 5 appearances, 38 points)

The masters of reinvention, their movie mash-ups gave way to a wonderful nostalgic ad this year. Here's their first main mash-up, 2011's "Homecoming".
Sunday 31 December 2017, 6:07am
KingOfXmas #3: Very.co.uk (down 2, 4 appearances, 19 points)

They've lost their lead! Their sequel to last year's ad missed the mark quite considerably, so let's enjoy 2016's heart-filled epic one more time.
Sunday 31 December 2017, 6:06am
KingOfXmas #4: John Lewis (non-mover, 3 appearances, 9 points)

Yes, a non-mover! John Lewis had three very good years, and with seven other brands also on three appearances, are holding onto their position by their fingertips! 2014's "Monty The Penguin" was so long ago...
Sunday 31 December 2017, 6:05am
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