Meet Britain's longest-serving Santa! Pensioner Ron, 77, has been playing Father Christmas for 48 yearsRon Horniblew, from Luton, Bedfordshire, first started dressing as Santa in 1964 He has raised thousands of pounds for charity throughout his careerSanta Ron was once crowned World's Best SantaHe is to set up a Santa school to pass on his knowledge | UPDATED: 15:45 GMT, 23 December 2012 Dedicated to the Claus: Britain's longest serving Santa Ron Horniblew, has set up his own Santa school after 48 years of playing father Christmas The top toys on children's wish lists might change every Christmas, but each year there is one constant that brings joy to youngsters around the world – Santa Claus. And one Father Christmas has become something of an ever present just like the real thing.
Now that's a Skyfall: The waterfall which looks like it starts off on the Milky Way | UPDATED: 03:28 GMT, 21 December 2012 Now we know how the Skyfall team came up with the title. The waterfall, located near the picturesque Hardangerfjord in Norway, appears to be flowing straight from the stars above. This particular twinkling cluster across the dark sky is nothing other than the Milky Way, and its reflection in the waterfall below makes the water appear bright white.
On the road to snow-where! Spectacular shots of snowmobilers riding snowy border between Sweden and NorwayPhotographer Havard Dalgrav, 25, captured scenes of the 'snow motorway' Riding snowmobiles for fun is illegal in Norway, pictured to the right, but legal in Sweden, pictured to the leftGroup travelled unhindered along the 10,000 mile long route | UPDATED: 16:17 GMT, 12 December 2012 This spectacular snowy route marks the border between Sweden and Norway – and is perfect challenge for adventure-loving snowmobilers. But this group are quite literally treading on a thin line – because to their right is Norway where riding a snowmobile for fun is illegal while to their left is Sweden where it is allowed. Strict laws in Norway mean unless it is work related, riding snowmobiles is against the law.
We risk being like Norway if we quit EU, says Cameron – PM warns Britain will be 'unable to influence laws'He warns: 'We will have absolutely no say over the rules'Barroso: 'Britain needs to make up its mind whether it wants to stay in the EU' | UPDATED: 07:56 GMT, 11 December 2012 David Cameron insisted he did not want Britain to leave the EU, at a lunch in Westminster Britain faces being ‘governed by fax’ from Brussels and reduced to the standing of Norway if it leaves the European Union but stays in the single market, the Prime Minister said yesterday. At a lunch in Westminster David Cameron insisted he did not want Britain to leave the EU