The economics of Christmas scene-seeking
Last week’s flurry of snow across the UK and Ireland raised hopes of a white Christmas.
Sledges were dragged out of dark cupboards, Christmas sweaters got an early outing. But as panic amongst health and safety officers revealed, with everything from school to Christmas fairs cancelled at the drop of a snowflake, the white stuff doesn’t actually land that often. So our thoughtful elves have been analysing the data to find the most cost-efficient sleigh-ride (aka airline trip) giving you reasonable certainty of a picture-book Noel.