For millions of Brits last year, the UK's second wave of coronavirus infections left Christmas as good as cancelled. While most of the country was restricted to just one day of mixing with their 'Christmas bubble', people living in London and the south east were ordered to stay at home instead of celebrating with loved ones.
Just six days into the New Year, England entered its third full national lockdown. This year, Brits are hoping that Christmas will be very different. READ MORE: Greater Manchester's latest coronavirus infection rates as cases rise in every borough except one More than 80 per cent of people over the age of 12 in the UK have now been fully vaccinated against coronavirus, and more than 15.6 million of the most