The traditions of Christmas past...for Brits
THEY are traditions guaranteed to get even the most Scrooge-like figure in the festive mood.
But carol singing, watching the King’s Speech and even sending Christmas cards are being rejected by increasing numbers of Britons, a survey has found.
It revealed that 76 per cent of those polled by M&Ms said they would not be watching King Charles this year, while 70 per cent won’t be singing carols or 61 per cent sending cards.
Twenty per cent also said that they would not be eating a roast dinner, but 53 per cent would be buying themselves a Christmas present.
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