You know why you’re here and so do we: an over-18-year-old dear to your heart has expressed more than a passing interest in beer. This creates easy inroads when it comes to present shopping.To make this list, we searched for gifts that go beyond what you’ll find on the high street to bring fresh flavours, experiences and producers to that special person, then put them to the test for quality, value, ease of use and, most importantly, taste (within reason: we didn’t taste the soap).
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are enjoying an active festive period.
The Duke of Cambridge wanted to familiarise his eldest two children with the layout.
All the opening times for major supermarkets on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day so you can plan your last-minute festive food shopping.
While much has been made of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle not spending Christmas with the Queen, royal experts point out that they see her regularly now they're neighbours.
"Within 1 second, at 1000mph and over 5ft long, it hit me in the face.This thing is so so dangerous - it could have been life threatening."
It’s almost time to wave goodbye to 2019. This time round, however, we’re not just preparing to enter a new year, but an entirely new decade.That’s right come January 1st we’re full-on entering the 2020s.But we can’t just ring in a shiny, new decade without taking a look back over the previous one, and the obsessions that defined it.Of course, it’s pretty easy to tick off some of our more recent fixations (Fortnite, ‘Love Island’ and the ‘Great British Bake Off’ to name but a few), but there are plenty of things that have likely slipped right off our radar if we rewind all the way back to 2010.From Instagram to the Obamas, Yahoo UK reflects on the things we’ve totally obsessed over this last ten years to bring you the definitive A-Z of the 2010s.