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THIS WEEK'S POLL
Most of you would cancel Christmas if given the choice. Last week, we asked you if you had a CANCEL CHRISTMAS button that'd make the whole thing disappear, would you press it? More than 7,000 voted - and a massive 63% of you would. Bah humbug. See full Cancel Christmas poll results.
MERRY CHRISTMAS - AND AS OUR GIFT TO YOU, WE'VE SUPPORTED A GOOD CAUSE ON YOUR BEHALF
That's all for this week, but before we go... to wish you a Merry Christmas, we've paid for tetanus vaccines for 18,000 children via the charity Unicef. With that in mind, if you still need to buy for family and friends and you want to avoid tat, why not agree to give to good causes in each other's name instead and do a really good deed? Our Charity Gift guide is packed with lots of ideas.
We hope you have a wonderful Christmas time and a financially fabulous New Year,
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