It's the festive time of year and for those visiting the Hub over Christmas, we thought we'd share some interesting connections between this year's topics and Christmas...
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The White House is famous for its Christmas decorations
Earlier this year we followed the American election. No matter who the president is, The White House (where the president and their family lives), always puts on a stunning show at Christmas. See this year's video below, and click here to read more about Christmas at The White House.
Every year, the president pardons a turkey
OK, it's not strictly at Christmas but at Thanksgiving in late-November. Pardoning a turkey means it doesn't end up on someone's dinner table. It's a tradition at The White House and it only happens for one lucky turkey. This year "Corn" won a public vote to be spared. Read more here.
Six-foot cake delivered to thank NHS workers this Christmas
A baker has thanked NHS workers by making them a six-foot cake in the shape of Santa Claus and a nurse! Read all about it here.
We've been learning all about the Future of Work in this Issue, and it's important to remember that many people in emergency services, among many other industries, work over Christmas to keep us safe and keep the country going. How could you say thanks?