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Do we still love Christmas?

The British are filled with festive good cheer

David Cameron's 2014 Christmas card. © Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Sitting down at home, the lights on an artificial tree twinkling in the corner of the room, about to eat turkey with five family members, and dreaming that Boris Johnson might drop by—that is the quintessential English Christmas, 2014. (Scots are different: they would far prefer Alex Salmond.)

This month’s YouGov/Prospect survey shines a light on our families, friendships and food in the festive season. What emerges is a…

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