Once upon a time, there was a bear who missed Christmas every year because he hibernated for the winter. A hare decided this was sad, so left his sleeping friend a present of an alarm clock, which woke him on Christmas Day. To do this, he enlisted the help of a Mr Lewis, who sold bits of Christmas to the local folk. Mr Lewis thought it would be nice to tell the locals all about the hare’s plan, and they became so interested that they twittered about it to their friends far and wide.
This generated so much interest that Mr Lewis’ business grew and grew until he felt he just had to make a film about it and, as films have to have a title song, he enlisted the help of a famous songstress to sing it for him. Mr Lewis played the song in his store, and it so enchanted the people who heard it that they wanted to buy their own copy. So Mr Lewis manufactured a single that became so popular it topped the Hit Parade. So where, you may ask, does the Passport come into this. Well to tell you that part of the story, I need to take you far, far away, to another land – Somewhere Only Jobsworths Know. Continue Reading