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The Japanese brand has been designing and manufacturing turntables since 1962, and its reputation for performance is stellar.
This cordless stick vacuum cleaner is a best-seller for John Lewis, and it’s easy to see why.
One of the biggest political battles this year is going to be over voting and elections. Democrats are pushing House Resolution 1 (H.R. 1), a big piece of legislation also known as the "For the People Act." The resolution would make it standard for states to have about two weeks of early voting, automatic voter registration and no-excuse mail-in voting, It would also crack down on gerrymandering, a practice in which state legislatures create congressional districts that are distorted and disfigured in an attempt to give their party an advantage. The House has already passed this proposal, and the Senate is beginning to take it up through the committee process. Yahoo News Chief National Correspondent Jon Ward explains what’s ahead and why finding a bipartisan solution may be an uphill battle.
John Legend and Common cap off a DNC tribute to late Congressman John Lewis with a performance of their Oscar-winning song, "Glory."
Stacey Abrams, Reverend Raphael Warnock, Nancy Pelosi and others pay tribute to late Congressman and civil rights activist John Lewis.
The morning after the death of Congressman John Lewis, Yahoo News White House Correspondent Hunter Walker spoke with Sen. Cory Booker about his experiences with the man he viewed as a “titan of American history.”
ITV viewers were left completely baffled yesterday after a host of its most high-profile shows suddenly boasted new theme tunes.
Author and former children's laureate Chris Riddell has accused John Lewis of stealing his idea for their Moz the Monster Christmas advert from his picture book Mr Underbed.
The John Lewis Christmas advert has become nearly as hotly-anticipated as the big day itself – and the 2017 version has finally dropped. Despite the company’s huge £7 million spend to bring this year’s main character, Moz the Monster, to life, not everyone is overawed by the two-minute clip. The advert sees a little lad, Joe, make friends with Moz, who is sleeping under the youngster’s bed when he snores a bit too loudly one day, waking him up.
On Jan. 11, Rep. John Lewis testified against Sen. Jeff Sessions, President-elect Donald Trump’s selection for attorney general, before the Senate Judiciary Committee. During the hearing, Lewis said, “It doesn’t matter how Sen. Sessions may smile, how friendly he may be, how he may speak to you. But we need someone who's going to stand up, speak up, and speak out for the people that need help.”
Christmas is a busy time of year for John Lewis – and we’re not talking about the retail giant. Computer science educator John Lewis of Blacksburg, Virginia, finds the release of the UK store’s Xmas ad leads to a serious spike in tweets coming his way. Describing himself on Twitter as a ‘father of four, social liberal, atheist, and not a retail store’, John joined the social network back in November 2007 and bagged the handle @johnlewis.
The U.S. Navy has named a ship after Harvey Milk, a gay rights activist and one of the first openly gay politicians who was assassinated in 1978 while serving on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. The USNS Harvey Milk will be part of the John Lewis-class oilers, six replenishment oilers named after Civil Rights leaders.
One of the traditional parts of Christmas is rushing out to the Boxing Day sales but one man has praised John Lewis for keeping its doors firmly shut. Jason Snelling wrote an open letter to the department store to thank it for not following other stores in opening up on December 26 - allowing staff to spend an extra day with their families. Sounding like he was about to have a go at John Lewis, Jason wrote: “Just who do you think you are?
Every year, big companies compete against eachother in a bid to deliver the best, and most emotional, Christmas advert that the UK has ever seen. Sainsburys and John Lewis have become the renowned supremos of the festive battle, with this year’s John Lewis ad moving the Nation to tears as they told the story of ‘the man on the moon’. In case you have somehow managed to miss the phenomena, the ad shows a lonely old man crying when a little girl surprises him with a Christmas present, reminding him that he isn’t alone after all.
If you’re not quite feeling the Christmassy spirit yet, you might want feel a sudden urge to wrap yourself in tinsel and order a turkey sub after seeing Sainsbury’s Christmas advert - Mog the cat. Stepping up to the plate in the annual Christmas advert battle, which has already seen us sob at John Lewis’ ‘Man On The Moon’, Sainsbury’s have gone for something heart-warming, funny and quite frankly adorable. In fact, could it be one of the cutest Christmas adverts ever?
It’s that time of year again when we stock up on a lifetime supply of Kleenex and cry enough tears to fill the River Nile - John Lewis have revealed their annual Christmas advert and it’s another tear jerker. Yep, crying at the John Lewis Christmas advert is now as much of a tradition during the festive period as mince pies, Christmas pudding and leaving treats out for Santa and his reindeer. This year’s advert is soundtracked by a gorgeous cover of Oasis’ ‘Half The World Away’, performed by Norwegian singer Aurora Aksnes, 19, who’s sure to storm to the top of the charts with the track.
It’s tradition for the annual John Lewis Christmas advert to bring a smile to the Nation’s face every year, but in 2015 Noel Gallagher will be smiling bigger than anybody else as the ad is apparently going to earn him thousands. The traditionally tear-jerking advert isn’t set to debut until tomorrow morning, but it has already been confirmed that it features Oasis track ‘Half The World Away’, which was written by Noel. The song has been covered by unknown Norwegian singer, Aurora, but The Sun report that Noel will still rake in thousands of pounds in royalties for the store using the song - which you might recognise as the theme tune for The Royle Family.