Merry Christmas!

Thursday 24 December 2009, 10:29

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The About the BBC blog will be taking a short Christmas break over the following week but will return in January. Many thanks for all your visits and comments in 2009. All the best for the holiday and see you in the New Year! - Chris Jones, Editor

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