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From the royal baby to 'The X Factor', find out what the most talked about events of the year were on Facebook...
The controverisal video game broke seven Guinness world records upon its release in September, becoming the fastest entertainment product of all time to gross $1 billion.
The Conservatives introduced their controversial 'Bedroom Tax' in April. Part of wider welfare reforms by the Coalition, it became the ninth most discussed subject on Facebook in the UK this year.
It's always big news. In August, Gary Barlow, Nicole Scherzinger, Louis Walsh and Sharon Osbourne started searching for the next big thing once again as 'The X Factor' returned.
It was a great summer for British sport. England retained the Ashes after drawing the third Test with Australia in August.
The popular army video game was back in November, becoming the sixth most discussed subject on Facebook this year.
The most successful manager at the most successful British football club, Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down as Manchester United manager in May - but not before winning the Premier League one last time.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first child Prince George was born on July 22. It was huge news - but somehow there are three topics that were even more talked about!
Germany's two biggest football clubs played the UEFA Champions League final at London's Wembley Stadium in May. A late goal from Arjen Robben saw Bayern Munich beat Borussia Dortmund 2-1.
Former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's passing in April was global news. Known as 'The Iron Lady', Thatcher was the first female Prime Minister. She passed away on April 8.
Andy Murray became the first male to win Wimbledon in 77 years in July! The nation rejoiced as a homegrown talent finally won the prestigious men's tournament - and it became the most talked about event of the year on Facebook.