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Wrapped Christmas presents in front of a lit tree
How early is too early for the Christmas celebrations to officially start?
Alison Edwards talks Boxing day sales and the transition from Bonfire night to Christmas. Here are the five dates that mark the beginning of Christmas celebrations...
Kettlemag political pets
Pets In Office Around The World
The Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office, Larry, retained his tenure as the David Cameron departs. What other pets live alongside the leaders of the world?
Kettlemag Sarah Goodyer Uefa Euro 2016
The funniest tweets of Euro 2016
Euro 2016 would have been nothing without the witty remarks of the Twittersphere. Sarah Goodyer takes a look at the funniest tweets of the Euros so far.
London bus, public transport, manners, Kettle Mag, Phil Hill
Public Transport manners, or the lack of!
Phil Hill tells Kettle Mag what she'd like to shout at public transport users regarding their manners, in the politest way possible, of course...
Eyechart through glasses, Kettle Mag, Lauren Allen
Glasses v. Contact Lenses
Lauren Allen casts a beady eye over the pros and cons of glasses v contact lenses.
Euro 2016 logo - kettlemag, Mathew Drew
Three reasons NOT to watch Euro 2016
The Euros might be hugely exciting for some but for others they can just be seen as one big distraction. Matthew Drew tells you why he will be boycotting the tournament this year.
Clocks, time travel, KettleMag, Fiona Carty
Time travel and the Twitter sphere. Where would you go?
Ever thought about time travel? Would you go to the future or return to times when there were no camera phones? Fiona Carty has been probing twitter...
Beach in sunshine, Emmi Bowles, KettleMag
How to survive the summer: Tips for Gingers
Summer isn't the kindest of months for those with red hair and fair skin, luckily our very own ginger and Lifestyle Editor Emmi Bowles gives her top tips on how to survive the summer months.
Why I would have liked to be Shakespeare's Cleopatra
To commemorate the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death, Rae Coppola discusses Antony and Cleopatra (1606), and why she would have liked to have been the exotic noble Queen.
cats eyes, Naomi Duffree, Kettle Mag
Cat seen as potential hazard by Royal Mail
A health and safety risk assessment has been carried out on a house that contains a cat that likes to snatch at the mail being delivered. Naomi Duffree reports the risks to postal workers from cat, dogs and fleas.