Desperately trying to do up trousers that we could have sworn fitted before Christmas. Rummaging around in the Quality Street tin in vain to try to find a leftover green triangle. Watching four James Bond films back-to-back.
This is probably how most of us spend our Boxing Day.
Of course, these days many of us will also hit the high street to try to find a Boxing Day bargain in the sales, although this could be about to change.
Hundreds of thousands of people have signed a petition asking prime minister Theresa May to stop shops opening on the 26th and these calls were backed by Labour ahead of a Commons debate on the issue.
But there’s a whole history behind the day, which is traditionally associated with giving money to those in need, as well as for sporting events.
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