Tom Humberstone's weekly observational comic for the New Statesman.
Operation Chrismas Child asks children to "experience God's love through the power of simple shoe box gifts". But they are to charity what Femen are to feminism: superior, islamophobic, and seemingly unresponsive to the needs of those they claim to help.
We'll be back in action on 27 December.
The Prime Minister sends out an unusually religious Christmas message.
Scrooge doesn’t find religion. He finds Christmas. And why should the qualities of generosity and thoughtfulness be the preserve of the God-fearing, says Natalie Haynes.
Here's to a well-fortified Christmas.
Why not eschew the rhinestone-encrusted dusting pan or the "motoring boys' toy" in favour of something the recipient might actually like?
The festive season is a good time to get children into books.