City Link: Customers accuse couriers of losing orders over fears gifts would not arrive in time for the big day

Christmas delivery panic! Scores of City Link customers accuse couriers of losing orders over fears gifts would not arrive in time for the big day City Link under fire as customers go online to voice their anger One claims armchair for father, 85, will not now arrive until December 28Comedian Charlie Higson says his son's present was 'lost' by the firm Company pledges to work round clock to deliver all orders by end of today | UPDATED: 20:54 GMT, 24 December 2012 Scores of shoppers were today left fearing they would not get their presents in time for Christmas Day after accusing one of the UK's biggest courier firms of losing orders and delaying deliveries. Customers have gone online to voice their anger after experiencing a spate of problems with City Link, with some saying they will not now be able to give their gifts to loved ones tomorrow. City Link describes itself as a 'market leading service provider of guaranteed Next Day & Timed delivery services' but has admitted receiving 'unprecedented levels' of orders over the festive period

Awkward! Mummy"s boy has his own mother"s home-made Christmas lunch couriered 111 miles to his mother-in-law"s house

Awkward! Mummy's boy has his own mother's home-made Christmas lunch couriered 111 miles to his mother-in-law's house (we wonder what SHE thinks about it) | UPDATED: 17:00 GMT, 20 December 2012 Lee Moss loves his mum's Christmas dinner so much that he's getting it couriered 111 miles to him — and he plans to eat it at his mother-in-law's house. Mr Moss, 33, of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, said he cannot wait to tuck into his mum Alison Johns' turkey and all the trimmings on Tuesday. He said the bizarre tradition began after both he and his heavily-pregnant girlfriend Kelly Moss could not travel back to his family home in Hounslow, Middlesex