Christmas is a time for sharing, a time for caring and a time for firing your manager before the yawning jaws of relegation snap shut. Since the weather put paid to seven of the weekend's nine fixtures, let's have a look at who's in the danger zone:
Harrods department store owner and Egyptian multimillionaire Mohamed Al Fayed was questioned by police Wednesday, a store spokeswoman said, after London Metropolitan Police said a man had been questioned "in connection with an allegation of sexual assault on a girl under 16."
The inquest into the death of Princess Diana in a Paris car crash in 1997 returned a verdict of unlawful killing on Monday, blaming "grossly negligent" driving by her chauffeur and pursuing photographers for the car wreck.
The coroner who is leading an inquest into the death of Princess Diana says there is "no evidence" that the British secret service -- or any other government agency -- had anything to do with the princess' death in 1997.
The judge at the Princess Diana inquest is investigating whether Diana's former butler, Paul Burrell, lied on the stand after he was secretly recorded saying he "didn't tell the whole truth" in his testimony last month.
Squinting at the sumptuous treasures of the Gilbert Collection in London's grand Somerset House, it occurs to me that you could make a theme tour called "Exquisite London." It would feature the souvenirs and ego trips left over from London's gilded age of obscene privilege, plus a few ostentatious knickknacks from our own time.