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    Christmas isn’t cancelled – but it’s certainly in chaos. As Covid cases spiral, yesterday the Prime Minister said the relaxation of restrictions would still go ahead over the festive season, but advised people to keep their Christmases ‘little’. This came as Wales reduced Christmas bubbles from 3 to 2 households, and Scotland advised against overnight stays all together. So what does all this mean? Can you visit your family on the other side of the country? And should granny stay at home alone? Our consumer editor Alice Beer, and travel expert Simon Calder are here to help us make sense of all these Christmas do’s and don’ts.

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