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Here in good old Blighty, most industry shuts down for the Christmas period, followed by the New Year period. While some of us will be roasting our chestnuts, we will be dragging the odd skeleton or two out of the cupboard and will maintain some type of service throughout the period. Don't expect the usual 30 plus stories a day however. We'd like to thank all of our readers for their support throughout 1998. Next year, we'll be expanding our coverage, so keep an eye on the site. Thanks too for all the emails you've sent us throughout the year. While many were delightful, others were downright nasty. But that's fine by us. Keep them coming. And best wishes for 1999 from the Great Santa of Journalism. ®

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