The bank holiday on Christmas Day has been moved from December 25 to a different day in 2022.

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So, the bank holiday will take place on December 27, the day after Boxing Day, instead of December 25.

This year, the Christmas Day bank holiday won’t be on December 25. Instead, it will be on a different date.

If the holiday falls on a weekend, like it does this year when it’s on a Sunday, a different day is made into a bank holiday instead.

So, it is set to happen on December 27, which is the day after Boxing Day. rather than December 25.

The bank holiday for the New Year will be on January 2.

This is because there are no bank holidays on Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve.

Employers aren’t required to give their workers time off on bank holidays, which could change how your benefits are paid.

Here is a full list of all the bank holidays for the rest of this year and for 2023.

This year, Christmas Day is on a Friday ( Image: Getty Images)

2022

  • Boxing Day is on the 26th of December.
  • Christmas Day is on Tuesday, December 27. (substitute day)

2023

  • Monday, January 2 (instead of New Year’s Day)
  • The date is April 7. (Good Friday)
  • The 10th of April (Easter Monday)
  • Monday, May 1 (Early May bank holiday)
  • Monday, May 29 (Spring bank holiday)
  • On Monday, August 28, (Summer bank holiday)
  • On December 25, a Monday (Christmas Day)
  • Tuesday, Dec. 26 (Boxing Day)

A Tory Cabinet minister pushed for making King Charles’ coronation day a bank holiday, which is how we found out about the Christmas Bank Holiday.

No one knows for sure when Charles will be crowned at Westminster Abbey, but most people think it will happen at the beginning of June next year.

this could happen on June 2, which is exactly 70 years after his mother was crowned.

Charles took over as king as soon as the Queen died on September 8, but the official coronation won’t happen for months.

Employers don’t have to give their workers time off on bank holidays. (Photo from Getty Images)

People are likely to have a lot of fun at this event. Now, Mr. Rees-Mogg has said that it could be a bank holiday, like when the Queen was crowned.

The Business Secretary, who is in charge of bank holidays, told the Daily Telegraph, “The coronation is an important symbolic act with constitutional resonance about the stability of our system.

“It makes sense to take a day off for that, and it won’t have a huge effect on growth.”

Ministers haven’t started official talks about whether or not to make the day a bank holiday yet. “Whenever there’s a decision about a special bank holiday, there’s always a debate about the pros and cons,” said a government source.

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