Predictions for 2021: The most exciting thing since Waterloo and charges against Trump

There are three certainties in life.

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The year 2020 sure felt like five years packed into one.

From the seemingly endless days in lockdown, to the seemingly endless discussions over a Brexit deal and the endless American election campaign, don’t we all deserve a little break? Is there anybody out there that isn’t happy 2020 is finally over?

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With a COVID-19 vaccine rolling out around the world (assuming conspiracy theorists are eventually willing to take it) things are looking brighter for 2021.

Here are four predictions for the year ahead:

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