If you've ever thought about actually purchasing all the items (though we assume you'd need to rent the lords a-leaping, maids a-milking, and all the ladies dancing to the drumming drummers and piping pipers) listed in the holiday classic...
My colleague Jane Merrick had a fine interview with Ed Balls in yesterday's Independent on Sunday. Our front-page news story was on his expression of huge sympathy for public-sector workers going on strike on Wednesday.
In one of the most unusual claims about homosexuality to emerge in some time, a Peruvian mayor is blaming the high mineral levels in the area's drinking water for a perceived increase in the number of gay men residing in his town.
Officers in bullet-proof vests handcuffed a man outside a fishmongers in Market Harborough, Leicestershire, after he said he was going to "kill" on Facebook - he was actually referring to the lobsters he was going to have for dinner.
The world of professional cycling has been astounded by the remarkable story of a paralympic hand-cycling athlete who has been recruited to one of Holland's top racing teams after an accident prompted a miracle recovery enabling her to regain the...
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