The General Election, the Labour leadership race and the attacks in Paris are the events of 2015 which occupied our thoughts the most - or our search habits, at least.
It was political and world events which dominated the top 10 most searched for news events this year, but royalty also piqued the interest of Britons.
The insight into our search habits offers a fascinating insight to the minds of the nation and the moments that matter to us. It's based on millions of searches on Bing.
Meanwhile, it was the Rugby World Cup which occupied sports fans online, followed by Wimbledon and the Six Nations.
Star Wars is expected to be a winner at the box office, and even before its release, interest has reached fever pitch, with Episode VII The Force Awakens topping the most searched-for films of 2015. Bond wasn't on top this time, with Fifty Shades of Grey and Jurassic World whipping ahead.