Richard Williams, 35, opened his online welfare entitlement 'portal' to find he had been allocated £7 to last until January - on top of a separate sum of 20p that went into his bank account.
'It looks amazing,' Mia assured me. 'You could have bought it like that for all anyone knows.'
Ash Lammin is, biologically-speaking, a boy.
Redana Al-Hadi, 14, was punched repeatedly by a woman who had shouted racial slurs at her while she was travelling with her 13-year-old sister, Wadaad.
Young Alfie Wills was sad his community didn't have any trimmings so he took it upon himself to bring some festive cheer.
Olive Woodward and Kathleen Saville, both 89, first met at school when they were 11 and lived down the road from each other.
Privately-educated Ryan Staffiere, 37, has spent most of his life living in car parks and public spaces despite his privileged upbringing and being given all the opportunity in the world.
Rosie Chandler, 68, tried to board a minivan at a pick-up point near Cathedral Square, Worcester, with her guide dog Sally and son, Daniel Thompson, on November 21.
Cyril Aggett, 86, said he has struggled with a lack of company since the loss of his wife Shirley six years ago.
Diane Davis, 76, is a frequent shopper at her local branch of Poundland - but she has been put off after a recent trip, on October 28, ended in disaster.
James Anderson, 52, is aiming to raise £30,000 in a bid to offer his expert services to 1,000 in need households over the chilly Christmas season.
Concerned well-wishers are inundating the homeless man, known as Jim, with bedding, clothing and food, after he fell on hard times and took up residence in the brick shelter.
Ann Perry, 76, has been safely guiding children to and from Kingsbury School since 1969.
Mark D'arcy-Smith was sat in The Richmal Crompton in Bromley in Kent with a friend when a waiter delivered the appalling order.
Jessie Stephenson's passion for art has meant she goes through a lot of felt tip pens, but she was upset to learn they could not be recycled.
Sprightly Gran-of-three Liz Smith is six years past retirement age but has no plans to hang up her handcuffs any time soon.
Mark Mould, 33, booked the £3,465 trip through travel company loveholidays - a two week break to Crystal Beach Aqua Park and Hotel with family and friends.
Lesley MacLennan, 85, made her name in her early twenties in Paris - working with Yves Saint Laurent himself when he was still an emerging designer.
Jodie Scullion, 22, was sitting in her caravan on a wet campsite in Somerset when she decided to play an Instant Win Game on her mobile phone.
Mum-of-two Sue Smith was so desperate to meet the former Take That singer that she blitzed him with hundreds of messages on social media.