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Season 2017 / Episode 3 and airs on 26 January 2017 19:30
A news-magazine programme presented by Julie Etchingham.
Every year millions of people sit down to Christmas dinner on 25 December. It may be the event that the nation loves, but what is the true cost of bringing the family together around the table? Fiona Foster reports on what impact the big day has on our health, wealth and well-being.
It has been dubbed the year of rebellion - a year when everything that was assumed to be the political and social norm was turned upside down. After Brexit and the shockwaves following the American election, it would be no exaggeration to describe 2016 as the year that changed the world. In this special programme, Tom Bradby explores the Brexit vote in Britain and how it revealed a deeply divided nation, uncertain of how best to proceed under the highly pressured umbrella of the European Union. In America, the election of Donald Trump signalled a rejection of the elite and for many the start of a 'golden new age' for the US. Tonight takes a look at what has happened over the last 12 months and whether the rebellions that occurred will set the tone for years to come in other countries across the globe.
2016 saw the pound fall to record lows, with experts now predicting many of our household costs and bills will be hit by rising prices. Adam Shaw investigates what the new financial climate means for consumers - and what we might have to pay more for.
On Friday, Donald J Trump - a celebrity businessman with no political experience who defied all expectations in order to be elected - will officially assume the office of the President of the United States of America, becoming arguably the most powerful man in the world. ITV News Washington correspondent Robert Moore speaks to Americans thrilled at the prospect of a truth-speaking outsider at the helm, and others who are deeply fearful about what a divisive and inexperienced president Trump may turn out to be.
With Britain's households containing over 30 billion pounds worth of unused clothing and many homes now full of new goods after Christmas, Fiona Foster investigates if many of us are hoarding things we do not need and reveals how simple changes can cut the clutter, keep us healthy and save some cash as well.
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